The DNA profile of serial killer Ted Bundy has been added to a national database where it can be compared to evidence from unsolved cases.
Bundy’s profile was uploaded into the FBI-run database Friday, said Keith Kameg, spokesman for Florida Department of Law Enforcement. The database contains DNA profiles of about 10 million convicted felons.
The department has not been notified that Bundy’s DNA matches any unsolved cases, Kameg said Monday.
“We are waiting the results,” he said.
Law enforcement officials hope the addition of Bundy’s DNA to the national database solves some cold cases or eliminates him in slayings …