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Your DNA Is Out There. Do You Want Law Enforcement Using It?
A genealogist and a data science company are solving cold cases and finding the unfindable
On the afternoon of Nov. 18, 1987, Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg left Saanich, B.C., their hometown, to pick up some furnace equipment in Seattle for Cook’s father.
- By Drake Bennett and Kristen V Brown
Saanich and Seattle are a little more than 100 miles apart, but the trip takes almost five hours: a ferry into the U.S. across the Strait of Juan de Fuca, another across Puget Sound, and between them a winding coastal drive through evergreen forests and…
The young couple…