London - (Foren (sic) News): Anonymous DNA samples found in the 7th Earl of Lucan's Chelsea home have surfaced in the Masai Mara game reserve.
The Kenyan safari site saw Suffolk hotelier's daughter Julie Ward killed in 1988 in what still remains an unsolved murder mystery.
This week a review of forensic material from the game reserve scored a direct hit with the genetic imprint of disgraced ex-First Hellfire Battalion of Glamis Castle brigadier Hereward 'Bunty' Rottweiler.
The former solider was courtmartialled in 1973 after a missing regimental petty cash tin and its thousand guineas contents were found in the boot of his Aston Martin.
Despite denying all chargs and protesting he had been framed Rottweiler was dismissed from the army.
MoD sources said today the former brigadier had been a drinking and gambling pal of Lucan's until the latter 'went bananas' over being blackballed by London casinos following disastrous unpaid losses at the blackjack tables.
Lucan famously vanished in 1974 following the fatal bludgeoning to death of his children's nanny Sandra Rivett.
Despite many Elvis-like sightings around the world the Earl was declared dead on Halloween 1999.
Photographer Miss Ward's own death has been the subject of protracted legal proceedings that have so far exonerated all accused suspects.
Shergar vanished in 1982 and is still missing, believed killed.