- Gary Raub, 63, was arrested yesterday in Seattle in the brutal slaying of Blanche Kimball 36 years ago
- 70-year-old was stabbed almost 50 times in her home in Augusta, Maine
- Police obtained the suspect’s DNA in July after he agreed to participate in a fake chewing gum survey
- Saliva matched DNA from blood splatted on the woman’s kitchen cupboard
- The murder happened on June 12,1976 and has been unsolved for over thirty-six-years
- The victim was murdered on Memorial Day in 1976.
- This case is the oldest unsolved murder in Maine that has been solved.
In custody: Gary Raub, pictured, has been arrested on Monday for the 1976 stabbing death of a 70-year-old woman after DNA obtained from chewing gum, right, linked him to the crime
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