Crime Beat: Innocent and Evil part 2 | S3 E19

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Reporter Caryn Lieberman reveals how Larry Arnold’s murder investigation is linked to the 1997 killing of a 20-year-old woman hundreds of kilometres away in North Bay, Ontario. Sarah Whitehead was sexually assaulted and murdered as she left a mall.

Both murders were mysteries that almost went unsolved… two seemingly unrelated cases… until DNA from a cigarette butt led police to the killer — a serial rapist and murderer whose crimes crossed provincial borders, and some of which likely remain unsolved to this day.

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