Villagers support DNA test

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Villagers support DNA test

Officials expressed satisfaction yesterday after all but one young French male in the village of Pleine-Fougeres gave DNA samples to help find the killer of Caroline Dickinson. During three days of testing, 169 of 170 males in the village voluntarily gave a sample of saliva to help find out if one of them killed Caroline, 13, on 18 July, 1996. Philippe Drouet, one of the prosecutors, said the results of the tests could be known by Friday.

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