Tuesday, the district attorney was granted the right to get a DNA sample from Laura Rideout to get more evidence that could tie her to the murder of her estranged husband, Craig Rideout.

There are new developments in the case of a missing Penfield man who was later found dead in Yates County.

In the case, Craig Rideout's estranged wife Laura and two sons Alexander and Colin have been charged with tampering with evidence in his death. But no one has been charged with murder at this point.

Tuesday, the district attorney was granted the right to get a DNA sample from Laura Rideout to get more evidence that could tie her to the murder of her estranged husband.

The body of Craig Rideout was found by deputies in a wooded area in the Town of Jerusalem on July 20 around 5 a.m. The sheriff's office says Craig Rideout was strangled to death, hit over the head and his blood was found in his basement.

Tuesday we learned, hours before his body was found, Laura Rideout bought material at Walmart that included tarps, bungee cords and a corrosive cleaner, prosecutors say.

The sheriff's office says Rideout's body was wrapped in a tarp and a corrosive material was poured on his face. The DA's office also confirms that it found Laura Rideout's finger print on a container of disinfectant wipes in the basement of her estranged husband's townhome.

Again, no one has been charged with murder at this point, but we will of course continue to track the case.