Fort Wayne police on Tuesday released an updated computer aided rendering of what April Tinsley's killer may look like.
The rendering, from Parabon, a company that takes genetic history and traits from DNA, is experimental, police said.
Police said they released the rendering last year, but a forensic artist updated the photo by humanizing it and to show the aging process of the suspected killer.
Tinsley, an 8-year-old Fort Wayne girl, was abducted, raped and suffocated in 1988. Her body was dumped in a DeKalb County ditch, where a jogger found her days after her disappearance.