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Killer linked to cold case in the Florida murder through a fingerprint background check for a job get a life

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A man connected to eight months ago to go to Florida in 1998 cold case murder — and when he applied for a job that will be fingerprints for a background check, has been sentenced to life in prison for the crime.

Todd Barket, 51, Of Brandon, Fla., it was said at his Friday in West Palm Beach, after he was found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of a 68-year-old Judith, the Better, in August of 1998.

Be better served by Lu Shay’s Consignment Store in Delray Beach when she was stabbed and beaten to death during a robbery, investigators said.

“We have prayed that this day would come, and,” it is Better to be the daughter of Robin Banks, said: “if the Florida Sun-Sentinel reported.

A FLORIDA MAN’S JOB APPLICATION LEADS TO ARREST IN 1998 COLD CASE MURDER

Sondra, Better, left, is seen with her husband in an image file, to 68 and worked in a consignment store in Delray Beach when she was killed. Todd Barket, left, was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for her murder.
(Miami Police Department)

The police have said that they will have their breakthrough in the unsolved case from back in December, when the Barket decided to apply for a job that requires a fingerprint background check.

His fingerprints match those found at an individual marble, a ball with Lu Shay’s, the Palm Beach Post reported. His DNA also matched evidence from the crime scene.

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The police said they had no fingerprints because he had no rap sheet.

During testimony last Thursday, Barket admitted he was in the store on the day of the murder, but denied killing the Better, the Post reported. He said that he had stolen $100 from the cash register, then he realized it was.

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That was an unfortunate turn of events, the public prosecutor Richard Clausi Jr. told Barket, when the paper reported.

“It’s a dreadful set of circumstances,” Barket said.

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