3-D Technology Offers Clues in 27-Year-Old Cold Case

Digitally reconstructed faces of homicide victims could help New Hampshire investigators.
0:33 | 06/13/13

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Their summit -- new evidence -- -- three decade old quad triple homicide cold case but this evidence has been digitally reconstructed now. An unsolved murder of a woman and three girls that happened 27 years ago. Now have a new lead because we now know what it looked like thanks to a -- reconstruction of their faces. The victims faces had been deformed after the brutal murder wrapped in garbage bags and stuffed in barrels. No missing persons report -- their description but police now hope the new technology can help solve this old case.

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