After decades of futile searches, investigators have made slow progress in the Hwaseong murder, a series of rapes and murders that shocked South Korea in the 1980s.
Officials of Provincial Police Agency
On Wednesday, officials from the southern provincial police station in Gyeonggi Province said they had narrowed the main suspect to a man in his 50s who was currently serving prison terms for another rape and murder charge.
Officials said “In July this year, we submitted some evidence to the National Forensic Service of the United States. The results showed that in 10 cases, the suspect’s DNA matched at least two of them.”
Following these updates, the agency launched a new team of investigators and sent the remaining relevant evidence to the National Forensic Center for further testing.
According to the Criminal Procedure Law at that time, the statute of limitation for the last serial homicide case expired in 2006. Over the years, the police have been prolonging their investigations in an attempt to end one of the most disgraceful pending cases in the history of crime, but none of them has helped.
State about the real case
These unsolved murders occurred between 1986 and 1991, involving the serial killings of 10 women of different ages in Hwaseong, capital city, which was then a sparsely populated rural area. Most of the victims were found in dim alleys or paddy fields, believed to have been attacked on their way home.
The film Memories of Murder, directed by Bong Joon-ho and starring actor Song Kanghao, was adapted from the true story of the pending case.
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