49 Years Later, New Developments in Chicago Stolen Baby Case
There are new developments in the case of a baby who was taken 49 years ago.
The man who thought he was that baby, just found out he's not.
ABC News reports, the case began in 1964 when a baby named Paul Joseph Fronczak was stolen from a Chicago hospital by a woman posing as a nurse. She was never caught.
A year later, police found a baby abandoned outside a store in New Jersey.
He was believed to be 'baby Paul' and was reunited with his family. But decades later he took a DNA test and discovered he's not the Fronczak's biological child.
Now the FBI has reopened the case. Fronczak is on a mission to find the 'real' Paul Fronczak.
"My main goal for this whole project is to find the real Paul. My parents raised me, and they did a great job, and I feel that if I don't do everything I can to help find the real child, then I'm not doing my job as a son," said Fronczak.
ABC News is following this investigation and will air a special episode of 20-20 later this fall.
ABC is also advising viewers to submit tips in this case.