Saturday, January 13, 2018

UPDATE: DNA Snapshot Composite of Suspect in Brittany Phillips Case

By Dark Sleuth

UPDATE: On August 7, 2018 Fox 23 News in Tulsa reported that authorities are planning to use DNA to try to find a familial link to the suspect in the Brittany Phillips case.

DNA Snapshot composite of suspect in the 2004 murder of Brittany Phillips.
(Source: KTUL News

On January 11, 2018, Tulsa Police released a DNA phenotype composite of the suspect in the 2004 unsolved rape and murder of Brittany Phillips.  

Brittany Phillips was killed on the night of September 27, 2004 in her Tulsa, Oklahoma apartment.  

Police are looking for a suspect who is a white man with blue or green eyes.  The composite is not age-progressed.  By default, Parabon Snapshot "produces composites from DNA at 25 years of age".

Video from KTUL News:

Read my previous post for more details on the case:
Brittany Phillips- Caravan to Catch a Killer 

If you have any information on this case, please contact:
Crime Stoppers
Tel: (918) 596-COPS (2677)

Sources of Information:
KTUL News, "New tips in 13-year-cold case after sketch released of possible suspect," by Angelica Brown, January 12, 2018 

PRNewswire, "Parabon Announces New Snapshot Forensic Art Service at the International Homicide Investigators Association Meeting," August 18, 2015:


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