FBI to reopen 1964 stolen baby case

The FBI looks set to reopen a stolen baby case from 1964 after it emerged the infant reunited with his parents after a year-long search was given to the wrong couple.

Paul Fronczak, from Nevada, took a DNA test after wondering why he didn't resemble his parents.

He told the Chicago Sun Times newspaper that he came forward because the case remained unsolved.

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