Phoenix Police detectives sought advice from Vidocq Society

For three days now Phoenix Police have been collecting evidence inside and outside of Bryan Patrick Miller's home.

The Vidocq Society is an international organization of forensic scientists, law enforcement, investigate experts and other professionals and non professionals who aid law enforcement with unsolved cold case murders.

Once a month, the members of the 20-year-old club meet at an old Victorian dining room in the middle of Philadelphia to eat lunch and solve crimes that have perplexed investigators for decades.

Phoenix Police detectives enlisted the help of the society, and they provided a profile of the man who would likely be their killer.

According to the society and contrary to what some believed the man would probably still be living in the general area. He would have exhibited precursor crimes as well. 

The society also told investigators it was likely detectives had in some way crossed paths with the suspect earlier in the investigation.

Phoenix Police detectives circled back through the case and flagged Miller, who as a juvenile in 1990 was arrested in the stabbing of a woman at Paradise Valley Mall. 
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