Chilling piece of discarded airport evidence used to catch ‘killer’ 47 years after brutal murder of teen

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THE brutal murder of a teen went unsolved for 47 years – until detectives got their hands on a piece of evidence discarded at an airport.

Police recovered a disposable coffee cup from suspect David Sinopoli for DNA testing in the case of the 1975 murder of 19-year-old Lindy Sue Biechler.

Biechler’s body was discovered 47 years ago with a knife sticking out of her neck by her aunt and uncle.

She had been stabbed 19 times in her back while at her Pennslyvania home.

There were grocery bags still on the counter as she had just returned from the store, investigators said.

The Manor Township Police Department conducted investigations and followed multiple leads for years after the crime, but the DA’s office was not able to find a compelling suspect.

David Sinopoli had lived in the same four-unit building as Biechler which had a shared lobby, Lancaster County District Attorney Heather Adams said according to WGAL.

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