DNA tests to be run on blond hair to see if it came from Natalee Holloway
The FBI is planning to conduct its own tests on long blond hairs that could be connected to the case of an Alabama teen missing in Aruba.
An Aruba parks spokesman says a ranger found several strands of hair -- each about 12 inches long -- stuck to duct tape near a series of coastal caves. The area is on the opposite side of the island from where 18-year-old Natalee Holloway was last seen in public in May.
The hair is being sent to the Netherlands for DNA testing. An FBI spokeswoman says the agency's tests will be done at its lab in Quantico, Virginia. It's not known when any results would be released