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Investigation goes international

What the police have told Tina Fontaine's family -- but not the public -- about her murder probe

Investigators have sent Tina Fontaine's clothing and other items to a forensic lab in Austria that says it has helped solve 8,000 criminal cases.

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Investigators have sent Tina Fontaine's clothing and other items to a forensic lab in Austria that says it has helped solve 8,000 criminal cases.

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Updated on Thursday, February 19, 2015 at 6:46 AM CST: Replaces photo

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