Missouri Cold Case Killing of Fawn Cox Cracked Thanks to DNA Technology

The family of a teenager who was killed in her sleep more than three decades ago finally has some closure. Fawn Cox was 16 in 1989 when Fawn’s family says she was found raped and murdered in her bed. For years, family and friends hoped for answers and the case remained unsolved until now. New DNA technology revealed that Fawn’s attacker was her cousin, who is now deceased. Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps has more.