Pa. troopers hope technology cracks '68 murder case


By Kathleen Brady Shea
Philadelphia Inquirer

CHESTER, Pa. — On Nov. 18, 1968, a state trooper on routine patrol found a body that appeared to have been dumped in a Chester County field along the westbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

More than 40 years later, the trooper's colleagues are still trying to identify the man - and hoping that technology recently made available to law enforcement might reveal new evidence.

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