Amy Biolchini reports:
The Michigan State Police are trying to help bring closure to families who have loved ones that are still missing.
This Friday, June 14, the police are hosting a free event at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing for the families of missing people.
From noon to 5 p.m. biological relatives of a missing person can submit a DNA sample through a non-invasive cheek swab. The DNA samples will be used to try and help identity the 314 cases of unidentified remains housed at medical examiners’ offices throughout Michigan.
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