New fingerprint technology has led to the identification of a man whose body was found in Iowa more than 33 years ago.The tech was made available from the Latent Print Unit at the FBI lab in Quantico, Virginia.Officials on Friday said the unit called Iowa officials Thursday to say the body was that of 39-year-old John Clifton Downey.The team was able this year to match a thumb print taken from the badly decomposed body.Within hours, Iowa officials were able to find and notify Downey's next of kin in another state.Downey's remains were found beneath brush along a trail in Des Moines on Feb. 28, 1984, and determined to be a homicide. The investigation into who caused his death continues.