Richard Ramirez was known as the Night Stalker. Ramirez was a serial killer. He killed many people, and he chose his victims at random. He killed during the night. In California, during 1985 and 1985, Ramirez killed at least thirteen people. But then he made a mistake. In August 1985, Ramirez attacked two people. Both survived. One of the victims saw him drive off in a Toyota. A suspicious neighbor also saw the Toyota. The neighbor gave the police the license number. They tracked the car down in Los Angeles, where Ramirez had abandoned it. Forensic investigators used a special technique to search the car for fingerprints. They put a plate of superglue inside and closed the doors andwindows tight. Soon the superglue fumes spread throughout the inside of the car. Wherever there were fingerprints, the fumes would react with the skin oil. Later, investigators used a laser-a narrow, powerful beam of light-to search the interior. They found a single fingerprint. When they ran the print through their database, they came up with a match. Ramirez had been arrested years earlier for a minor crime. His fingerprints were on file. So the police knew who the Night Stalker was. But they didn’t know where he was. They send his photograph to newspapers and TV stations all over California. On August 31, Ramirez tried to steal another car. The owner fought him off. People on the street recognized Ramirez from his photograph and chased him down. In November 1989, Richard Ramirez was sentenced to death. He remains on Death Row.
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