New evidence in the Craiglist murder case
A match was made Friday between the bullets that killed Julissa Brisman, an aspiring model, and a gun found in the home of Philip Markoff.
Officials said they are still waiting for the final results from the ballistics test, said the New York Times.
Markoff, a Boston University medical student, was charged with Tuesday with killing Brisman, a 25-year-old masseuse he met through Craigslist, in another Boston hotel on April 14. He was also charged with robbing another woman at gunpoint in a Boston hotel, said
Markoff pleaded not guilt on Tuesday to the Boston charges.
Law officials said that a fingerprint was found at a Rhode Island hotel where an exotic dancer was held at gunpoint that matches that of Markoff.
However, he has not been charged in the Rhode Island case.