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DNA test will be used to try to find real rapist

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Posted: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 10:00 pm

DNA evidence taken from a 10-year-old rape case may have proven that there is no physical evidence linking Lodi resident Peter Rose to the crime, but finding the real rapist will be much more difficult.

Investigators have turned over the DNA to a state crime lab in Richmond, where scientists will hopefully be able to establish a genetic "profile," said San Joaquin County Deputy District Attorney Brian Short. That profile will then be compared with samples in a DNA database of convicted felons.

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