03/08/2009 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

FBI Revisits 1982 Tylenol Death Case

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- FBI agents searched the home of a one-time leading suspect in the 1982 murders of seven people who swallowed tainted Tylenol as part of a review of the unsolved case, a federal official said.

Agents from Boston and Chicago were seen Wednesday removing boxes and a computer from the condominium owned by James W. Lewis, who served more than 12 years in prison for trying to extort $1 million from the painkiller's manufacturers. A storage facility in Cambridge also was searched.