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Suspect sketch released; reward in 2010 of Sherry Black increased to $250K

| December 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

SOUTH SALT LAKE – New DNA testing has allowed South Salt Lake Police to get one step closer to catching Sherry Black’s killer.

“We can produce great predictions for the person’s ancestry, eye color, hair color, skin color, freckling, and face shape,” said Detective Ben Pender with South Salt Lake City Police.

Pender says the test is called Parabon Snapshot. Pender said the results indicate the suspect in the killing has a 97.8% chance of having brown skin. It also says there’s a zero percent chance he has green or blue eyes.

Black was brutally stabbed and beaten to death in the bookstore she and her husband owned in South Salt Lake in 2010.

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