DNA Identifies Killer in 1988 Cold Case of Anna Kane: Cops
A 1988 cold case killing has finally been solved. The Pennsylvania State Police say they now know who killed Anna Kane, 26, whose body was found in a remote area of Berks County. She had been strangled. They were able to extract DNA from her clothing for testing. There were no matches in law enforcement databases, so investigators turned to genetic genealogy testing, which produced a suspect by the name of Scott Grim. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.