After a two year long search for a serial killer whose DNA was found at 39 different crime scenes, German police have finally discovered the that the source of the DNA was a factory worker who packaged the cotton buds used to collect evidence by police. In one of the most puzzling cases in German history, the case had been tackled by hundreds of investigators and even a reward of $300,000 Euros was not enough to find the phantom killer whose DNA showed up in otherwise unrelated murders all over Germany and as far away as Austria and France. And now we know why. Detectives had been tracking the DNA of a worker from the company who has supplied the police with DNA collection materials since 2001. Good job guys! (Bild.de)

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