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DNA lifted from Golden State Killer suspect at Hobby Lobby parking lot key to cracking case, documents show

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - The four-decade hunt for the Golden State Killer reached a turning point in April when detectives lifted the DNA of their suspect from his car door as he shopped inside Hobby Lobby, court documents released Friday show.

The secret collection occurred in April in a public parking lot in Roseville, just outside Sacramento. By then, authorities already considered Joseph DeAngelo a suspect.

But authorities said in the court records that the definitive link came when the DNA taken from the car matched that of semen recovered

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