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DNA from phony ‘chewing gum survey’ solves 1976 cold case

| October 19, 2012

A DNA sample from a phony “chewing gum survey” led to the arrest of a man who has been charged with killing a 70-year-old woman in 1976, making this the oldest cold case to ever be cracked in Maine.

Gary Sanford Raub, 63, was arrested on Monday in Seattle and charged with murdering 70-year-old Blanche Kimball in Augusta, Maine.

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