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Lane Bryant suspect's voice isolated
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Published: 2/26/2008 12:27 AM | Updated: 2/26/2008 10:41 AM

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Police have released 37 seconds of a 911 call made from a suburban Chicago Lane Bryant store, hoping someone will recognize the voice of the man who police say shot to death five women.

Tinley Park Police Commander Rick Bruno says the call released Monday was edited to isolate the killer's voice. Authorities released 15 seconds of the 911 call earlier this month. Store manager Rhoda McFarland called from her cell phone moments before being killed.

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She whispered the name of the store, its location and told the dispatcher to hurry. The lone survivor of the February Second attack says the shooter is a black man, between 5 feet 9 and 6 feet tall and about 200 pounds with thick braided hair and a receding hairline.