The Fort Myers Police Department confirmed the identification of a sufferer tied to the notorious Hog Trail Killer case after his stays had been discovered amongst eight males in 2007. Robert Ronald “Bobbie” Soden was 31 years previous the final time he was seen.
Fort Myers Police Department Cold Case Unit has been working with Parabon Nanolabs, a non-public DNA evaluation firm, to gather DNA from the stays and discover a household tree to assist determine the possible identification of the sufferer.
Over the previous few years, DNA data from the skeletons was submitted to the University of North Texas Center for Human Identification. Families that reported a lacking member of the family submitted DNA samples for examination. Since the invention three different males had been recognized, Jonathan Tinhay, Johnathan Blevins and Eric Kohler.
“Robert “Bobbie” Soden is the fourth topic recognized, however the investigation is not going to cease till all eight of the victims are recognized and their households are notified,” stated the FMPD.
Investigators consider Soden and the opposite victims discovered in the wooded space of east Fort Myers 15 years in the past had been victims of a serial killer that was energetic in the world throughout that point. Daniel Conahan, generally known as the “Hog Trail Killer” was recognized as an individual of curiosity through the ongoing investigation.