Fronczak missing Chicago boy case: FBI reopens probetags: Chicago, DNA testing, BBC News, stolen children
The FBI has reopened an investigation into the disappearance of a newborn boy stolen from a Chicago hospital in 1964.
It comes after DNA tests showed that the child who was returned to the missing boy's parents is not their son.
Paul Fronczak, 49, was raised by Chester and Dora Fronczak after detectives found him abandoned in New Jersey in 1965....
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