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Investigators testing evidence for DNA in killing of University of Pennsylvania student

LOS ANGELES_Detectives investigating the killing of a 19-year-old Ivy League student whose body was found in an Orange County park are running forensic evidence gathered at the scene for DNA to help identify a potential suspect, law enforcement sources said Thursday.

A search warrant affidavit in connection with

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