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Website helps cops match names to unidentified remains


By Jeff Martin
USA TODAY

The words flashed on her computer late last year and tears instantly poured out.

More than two decades after her sister Paula Beverly Davis disappeared, Alice Beverly finally had found out what happened to her. The news came from a website known as NamUs, an acronym for the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, which matches missing-person cases with unidentified human remains nationwide.

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