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After Israel Keyes was arrested, FBI data analysts ran images found on his home computers through facial recognition software, which was compared to the National Institute of Justice's missing persons database NAMUS. There were 45 matches; some were Keyes's victims, many were not, and about a dozen can't be ruled out. Throughout the investigation, we've developed a much deeper understanding of how these particular missing people ended up on Keyes's computers.
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