DNA Evidence Helps Police Crack 30-Year-Old Cold Case In The Twin Cities

Ransacked Home

Ransacked Home

On Feb. 1, 1987, Lillian Kuller was murdered in her home. During their investigation, authorities discovered that one of the windows in Kuller’s home was open, but they didn’t believe her place had been broken into because dust on the window sill hadn’t been disturbed. Kuller’s lifeless body was discovered on her bed by one of her renters. She was fully clothed with a pillow over her head, and her home had been completely ransacked. Read on to find out why it took police 30 years to find her killer…