Updated 07/11/2012 03:12 PM
"Occupy" DNA Linked To Julliard Student's Murder, Sources Say
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Newly discovered DNA evidence has police taking a closer look at the cold case killing of Juilliard student Sarah Fox, sources tell NY1.
The 21-year-old vanished in 2004 after going for a jog in Inwood Hill Park.
She was found strangled six days later after an intensive search.
Her CD player was found nearby.
Fox's killing was never solved and a rumored suspect was never arrested or charged.
However, sources tell NY1 DNA found on the CD player matches DNA found on a chain left behind after an act of subway vandalism in Brooklyn back in March.
The chain was used by Occupy Wall Street protesters to hold open an emergency exit gate at the Carroll Street station.
Sources say the DNA match has not yet been linked to any specific person.