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Friday, November 30, 2018

Serial killer who may have committed 90 murders is linked to yet another killing

Police in Washington, D.C., have attributed an unsolved murder from 1972 to convicted serial killer Samuel Little, just weeks after he admitted to committing at least 90 killings since the early 1970s.

Prince George’s County Police said Wednesday that officials received a call in October about an unsolved murder dating back to the summer of 1972, in which a hunter discovered human remains in a wooded area off Route 197, along the Baltimore-Washington Parkway in Laurel.

Detectives set out to interview Little in Texas, where he is serving multiple life sentences for murders in that state and California. According to investigators, he revealed “specific and previously unreported details” about the case that led them to believe his confession.

Police have never been able to identify the victim, but say Little’s confession has helped them to narrow their search.

The medical examiner’s report described the victim as a 19-year-old Caucasian female, with dirty blond or reddish hair. The victim was between 5-foot-2 and 5-foot-6.

Little told investigators he picked the woman up at a bus station on New York Avenue in the District of Columbia and learned that she was recently divorced and had come there from Massachusetts.



Anonymous said...

The victim was between 5-foot-2 and 5-foot-6, according to the Medical Examiner, who had left his tape measure at home.

Anonymous said...

This guy the same guy working for the Clinton Crime Family?
They have like 90 kills too!

Anonymous said...

Sad. No one reported her missing.