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Tylenol case: clues, proposals

The 100 FBI agents and Chicago police investigating September's Tylenol murders sifted clues, chased leads, extended their search to Kansas City, Mo., made an arrest — and still came up empty last week.

Roger Arnold, 48, was arrested after police received a tip that he kept cyanide in his South Side Chicago home. Although he was arraigned on other charges (including failing to register firearms), there were curious coincidences in terms of the Tylenol poisonings that killed seven people in the Chicago area. For the past 13 years Arnold has worked on the loading dock of the Jewel Food...

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