Could the same person be responsible for the murders of two different women in Atlanta that occurred just weeks within each other?
Retired cold case investigator Paul Holes is determined to find out on Friday's new episode of The DNA of Murder. With the help of Loni Coombs, a former prosecutor for the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, Holes will take an in-depth look at two separate Atlanta murders—the first of which happened in 2002 when 27-year-old Tamekia Taylor was killed in her home as she got dressed for a holiday party. Then, less than two months later, 32-year-old Jennifer Clemmings was murdered, and whoever was responsible left a crime scene that resembled the one where Taylor was found.
To get a preview of what's to come, E! has an exclusive sneak-peek clip of the episode.
"My investigative strategy in approaching Tamekia's case is going to be taking a look at where Tamekia and Jennifer's lives could have overlapped," Holes says in the video, just before he and Coombs can be seen driving through the neighborhoods the women lived in.