A few weeks after announcing an arrest in a 42-year-old cold case, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is searching for more people who may have been victims of the suspect.
On October 31, the agency announced that Paul Nuttall, 64, was arrested for the murder of 25-year-old Sandra DiFelice on December 26, 1980.
DiFelice was sexually assaulted before being murdered in her home.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police said there is reason to believe Nuttall may have sexually assaulted more people over the years and potential victims are asked to come forward.
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LVMPD posted more photos of Nuttall showing what he looked like over the years to help potential victims remember incidents involving him.
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Fox News Digital previously reported that the cold case was renewed in February 2021 when DiFelice’s daughter, who was 3 at the time of the murder, called authorities for an update on her case.
Investigators then submitted additional evidence for DNA testing using new technology and a match was found for Nuttall. Police said he was a person of interest in the initial investigation.
He was booked into the Clark County Detention Center and is being held without bond. His court date is scheduled for Wednesday.
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Anyone who has been assaulted by Nuttall is asked to contact LVMPD’s Sex Crimes and Homicide Bureau at 702-828-3421.
Individuals who wish to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555 or submit an online tip to Crime Stoppers of Nevada.