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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – More than three years after Canadian snowbirds David Pichosky and Rochelle Wise were murdered in a Hallandale beach condo, police have released new information in their unsolved murders.

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Police used new technology to take what was found in DNA at the scene and come up with a composite image of one of the women. (Source: Ted Scouten)

Police used new technology to take what was found in DNA at the scene and come up with a composite image of one of the women. (Source: Ted Scouten)

The bound bodies of Wise, 66, and Pichosky, 71, were found inside their winter home on January 10th, 2013. The couple had been asphyxiated, said Hallandale Beach Police Chief Dwayne Flournoy at the time.

Since then police have had little to go on. One of their biggest clues was the discovery of DNA of two women at the scene of the murder.

On Thursday, police unveiled a computer generated composite image of one of the women.

“This is a composite sketch related to DNA that was taken from our crime scene,” said Flournoy.

New technology, called DNA phenotyping, came up with a picture of what the woman looks like. The computer generated profile said the woman most likely has fair or light olive skin, brown or hazel eyes and black or brown hair.

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The profile also came up a high likelihood of the woman’s heritage.

“Ancestry predictors of this is that it’s European southeast, which is a region that includes Kosovo, Bosnia and some Slavic regions of Europe.”

The DNA showed the women were not related to each other, didn’t match anyone in the couple’s family and didn’t match any women who had access to the condo.

Police also have a shoe print from one of the women.

Police believe robbery was the motive since the only thing missing was Wise’s $16-thousand diamond wedding ring.

During the early part of the investigation, police focused on identifying a person seen on a neighbor’s video surveillance system.

A woman was captured walking near the couple’s home the day before their bodies were found. On the tape the woman is carrying an item and walks to the rear of the residence near the Intracoastal Waterway. The woman then walked back to the front/side area empty handed. Police speculate she may have been feeding the ducks.

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On the day they died, police said the couple was expected to meet neighbors for lunch but never showed up. The concerned neighbors used a spare key to check the home and found the couple inside.