Local police to take lead on '82 'Tylenol Murders' investigation from FBI
The FBI has transferred coordination of a task force for the investigation into the "Chicago Tylenol Murders" to local police, the Arlington Heights Police Department announced Friday in a news release.
In 1982, seven people died after taking cyanide-laced Tylenol, which was consumed over three days in Chicago and its suburbs.
No one was ever charged for the killings.
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