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In 1976, Rancho Cordova became the launch pad for a serial rapist. With no more than a mask and gloves, he confounded detectives struggling to turn up identifying evidence - forensic science had yet to reveal the DNA fingerprints left in semen and blood.  http://ow.ly/Tola30oW0OT 

He rifled through drawers and closets, bathrooms and kitchens, never an indication of what he was looking for. Then the nightmare began.  https://lat.ms/2XJwGk2 

Read the full series and listen to the first three episodes of the Man in the Window podcast now:  https://www.latimes.com/projects/man-in-the-window-podcast/#podcast 

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