Thursday, August 8, 2013

FBI reopens boy's 1964 kidnapping after DNA tests show found boy wasn't him

CHICAGO – The FBI has reopened its investigation into the 1964 kidnapping of a newborn from a Chicago hospital, after DNA tests revealed that a boy found in New Jersey fourteen months later and returned to the missing baby’s parents wasn’t actually their son.

Paul Fronczak (picture), 49, is a married father of his own now and works as a college administrator and living in Henderson, Nevada.

He told the Chicago Sun-Times in June that he had long wondered why he didn’t resemble his parents, Chester and Dora Franczak, so they underwent DNA testing earlier this year to see if he was their biological son.

He wasn't. Full Article

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