Indiana police have found DNA samples that will provide link and closure to the cases of 16 missing young men that had not been solved for a decade.
The Indianan authorities have discovered two complete DNA samples from the bone and bone fragments on the property of a dead businessman, Herbert Baumeister based on the report of Fox News.
Jeff Jellison, Hamilton County Coroner said to Fox News that the Laboratory of Indiana State Police was able to discover this week two DNA profiles from the batch of bones and fragments submitted to the state agency as part of a renewed effort to identify more of the human remains found on the suspect’s property.
It has been suspected that these bones belonged to the missing 16 young men whose cases remain unsolved until this time.
The 16 missing cases of young men were traced back to 1980 when authorities started receiving reports.
The Suspect Behind The 16 Missing Young Men
With the unsolved cases of the 16 missing young men, authorities found a new clue last 1996 when they discovered human remains in the property of Baumeister at Westfield state.
This made Baumeister the main suspect of the 16 missing young men.
The suspect was a married man with children who frequently visited gay bars.
When the authorities were about to investigate him regarding the dead bodies found on his property in 1996, he committed suicide in the same year by shooting himself at the age 0f 49.