Fingerprints lead to suspect in murder of North Ruimveldt woman

A man is expected to appear before the court shortly after police were able to match his fingerprints to those found at the scene of the murder of a North Ruimveldt woman.

Crime Chief Leslie James yesterday confirmed that the use of the Automated Fingerprint Information System has resulted in the arrest of a suspect in the March murder of 75- year-old Joyce Lewis.

James explained that at the murder scene the police were able to uplift some evidence inclusive of fingerprints. He said that the fingerprints were subsequently entered into the fingerprinting system. He said that recently, police arrested a man who was accused of snatching a chain. The man was later released. According to James whenever persons are …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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