Man killed in 1992 Pep Boys fire during L.A. Riots IDed 25 years later
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KTLA - "Every few years, they would try to match the partial fingerprint."

via KTLA:

LOS ANGELES -- (KTLA) -- For a quarter-century after his charred body was found inside a Pep Boys torched in the 1992 Los Angeles riots, he was known as John Doe No. 80.

He was the only remaining unidentified victim among the more than 60 people who lost their lives in the deadliest riots in U.S. history.

His body was so badly burned that coroner’s investigators were left only with some teeth and a partial print from his left middle finger.

FULL STORY: Man killed in 1992 Pep Boys fire during L.A. Riots IDed 25 years later - KTLA

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