Hopes high that DNA evidence could solve three Charleston slayings from 1994-5

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In a span of 16 months from 1994 to 1995 three black woman were found slain on King Street and police had thought them connected, but they were never solved.

Now a decade-and-a-half later, they are hopeful that the new tool of DNA evidence will open new leads.

The Post and Courier has a story about what's up and why hopes are high; take a read here.

It wouldn't be the first time newer DNA techniques have helped out a Charleston cold case.

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