He was just a baby when Paul Fronczak was kidnapped from a hospital.
Just over a year later his parents were relieved to get their little boy back. At least they thought it was their little boy.
Now, 49 years later DNA tests show the infant given to the Fronczak’s was not their son.
"The perfect ending would be to find the real Paul, see that he's doing well and then on the same day find my real family," the man raised as Paul Fronczak told the Chicago Times.
It was 1964 when a woman dressed as a nurse abducted the little one from a Chicago hospital. DNA tests were not available at the time and the baby thought to be Paul was identified by the shape of his ears.
The FBI says they are now re-opening the case and hope "new witnesses come forward,” and say they will "subject some of the physical evidence to new and previously unavailable forensic examinations."
The man raised as Paul says he’s good with all of it because “I’m in it for the long haul.”
The parents who raised the man told his they support his search but don't want to be involved.