Lip balm DNA test linked to NH burglary suspects

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Farmington, NH

Police in Farmington, N.H., say DNA testing on a burglary victim’s lip balm has led to arrest warrants issued for two suspects in the break-in.

A search warrant conducted at one suspect’s address found a number of items, including the lip balm. Police took a DNA sample from the woman whose home was burglarized. It matched DNA on the lip balm.

Foster’s Daily Democrat reports (http://bit.ly/OBL9ZG) warrants were issued 36-year-old Ryan Feeney of Milton and 45-year-old Jacqueline Meyer of Milton Mills. Feeney is being held on the Strafford County House of Corrections. He was indicted on burglary charges involving Rochester homes. Meyer is facing less serious charges in connection with the burglaries. She is being monitored by corrections officers.

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