Ted Bundy

August 5, 2011 by staff 

Ted BundyTed Bundy, Florida authorities to raise the DNA profile of the late serial murderer Ted Bundy in a national database on Friday with the hope that might help break unsolved murders.

Bundy was executed in Florida in 1989 for the murder of 12-year-old Kimberly Leach, but he confessed and is suspected of the murders of dozens across the country.

The state has received inquiries from routine case researchers are not looking for the DNA profile of Bundy said David Coffman, head of forensic services of a Department of Law Enforcement crime lab.

Until now, there was a complete profile. But earlier this year, the office of an employee found two vials of blood from Bundy collected in 1978 as part of the investigation into the death of Leach, Coffman said.

Tests of blood samples revealed a complete DNA profile.

“We were very surprised that we were able to obtain a profile beautiful, filled with a sample that was so old,” Coffman told Reuters.

“We should be able to find cases, if you are out there that could match him as an author.”

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