The FBI says DNA found on the tie of hijacker D.B. Cooper does not match a new suspect in the case.
Special Agent Fred Gutt cautioned that the test does not necessarily rule out the deceased suspect because investigators do not know whether DNA on the tie is that of the hijacker. Gutt said there are three different DNA samples on the tie and that it's possible it had been used previously by other people.
In other words, we're never gonna find the guy. And maybe that's the way it should be, but frankly I'm the type of guy that would love to know. That's just me.