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Crime scene DNA profile Sample 1 – Blood from the base of the bottle
Crime scene DNA profile Sample 2 – Blood from the broken edge of the bottle
Sample 3 – Blond hairs found on the body Crime scene DNA profile
Sample 4 – Post-mortem blood sample from Mary Jones Victim DNA profile
Sample 5 – Cheek swab sample from James Smith Suspect DNA profile
Sample 6 – Cheek swab sample from Andrew McCloud Suspect DNA profile
Sample 7 – Cheek swab sample from Ashley Seller Suspect DNA profile
Sample 8 – Cheek swab sample from Michael Wing
Suspect DNA profile Sample 9 – Cheek swab sample from Kevin Black
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