April Tinsley Slaying is Latest Cold Case Helped by Genealogy Database

July 18, 2018
April Tinsley was 8 years old when she went missing in Indiana in 1988. Three days later her body was found in a ditch.
It's the latest cold case to be cracked using genealogy testing, according to authorities. April Tinsley was 8 years old when she went missing in Indiana in 1988. Three days later her body was found in a ditch. She had been raped and strangled. This week police arrested 59-year-old John Miller in connection with her killing. The local prosecutor thanked the people who never gave up on this case.

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