The ongoing mystery of 11 women who were found dead with the same fetus in New Mexico has sparked fears of a serial killer.
Police and city officials are appealing to the community to help solve the West Mesa murders as A&E reported that the burial of a group of women and an unborn child indicates a killer’s activity. series.
February 2, 2022, marks the 13th anniversary of the discovery of the first remains related to the murders, according to Related press.
Investigators are currently ruling out possible suspects, but authorities say there are “more than a few” suspects involved in the mass killings.
“The only way to deal with this is with the help of our community or even the communities around us that might know something,” Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller said at a news conference. Wednesday morning press conference, KRFUND report.
“We need new information about this case, that’s what will lead to it being resolved.”
Based on Newsweek“The Bone Collector of Western Mesa” is the largest murder case in the history of Albuquerque.
Following the discovery of the femur in 2009 in West Mesa, the bones of 11 women and girls who disappeared between 2003 and 2005 were discovered by the Albuquerque Police Department.
Police have identified the 11 women as Monica Candelaria, Victoria Chavez, Virginia Cloven, Syllannia Edwards, Cinnamon Elks, Doreen Marquez, Julie Nieto, Veronica Romero, Evelyn Salazar, Michelle Valdez and Jamie Barela.
Their names were read aloud during Wednesday’s news conference by City Councilor Klarissa Peña.
“These family members just want to close the door,” says Peña.
“We hope that having advice from there or anyone who knows anything can help in this case so that families can finally put their loved ones in their final resting place.”
Authorities also revealed that 10 women were involved in drugs and prostitution, but how the 11th victim was linked is still unclear.
In addition to the women who have been identified, eight other women are still missing, police said.
Newsweek explains, the remaining missing women have backgrounds similar to those of the women who have been identified.
Speaking at the site where the original skeleton was found, Police Chief Harold Medina said: “13 years is a long time to wait for justice and we are committed to finding answers for all the bereaved families. relatives in this tragedy”.
Police say they have received more than 1,184 tips since the case was opened.
Investigators say the woman’s killer was either charming or friendly and felt safe at the burial site of the victims.
Anyone with information leading to an arrest and successful prosecution in the case will be rewarded with up to $100,000 thanks to the help of the Albuquerque Police Department, the FBI and the women’s families.
If you have any information about the incident, you should call 505-768-2450 or the Crime Department at 505-843-STOP.
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