December 10, 2023

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3 decades after teen’s murder, DNA helps ID killer with a history of crimes against women

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Sarah Yarborough was a 16-year-old honors student on her way to drill team practice, when she was found murdered on the campus of her high school. Investigators had DNA evidence and eyewitnesses, but it would take almost three decades to identify Sarah’s killer. As “48 Hours” contributor Natalie Morales reports, this case had a big impact on her family, friends and generations of investigators.


Natalie Morales: How often do you think about Dec. 14th, 1991, and what happened on that day? 

Drew Miller: Quite a bit. It’s a very traumatic thing to go through. 

It’s been over 30 years, but the details of that day have never faded for Drew Miller. 

Drew Miller: I had my friend spend the night at my house. We woke up that morning ……

2023-11-19 00:11:00

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