Spain's DNA Database Has Solved Many Crimes
Filed under Testing on 4/27/2011 by Author: .

Spain created its' DNA database in November 2007. The database has currently 183,000 DNA profiles, including 50,000 samples of unidentified people. The DNA samples were taken from blood, semen, saliva or hairs collected at crime scenes. Spain's National Police has announced that a staggering 7,500 cases have been solved since they started the database. This includes the solving of 581 rapes, 454 murders and 51 acts of terrorism.

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