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No evidence yet uncovered of possible serial killer activity at rural Iowa location

FREMONT COUNTY, IOWA - Authorities have continued investigating a report of “multiple historic homicides” from a possible serial killer in rural Iowa, but a recent search showed no evidence of such activity.

FREMONT COUNTY, IOWA – Authorities have continued investigating a report of “multiple historic homicides” from a possible serial killer in rural Iowa, but a recent search showed no evidence of such activity.

Over the past three days, state, local, and federal law enforcement assisted with an investigation in Fremont County. Authorities brought in an array of experts representing several disciplines and significant assets to excavate, collect and examine soil samples from a site identified by a reporting party. After exhaustive efforts, no evidence or other items of concern were recovered.

This search and other investigative techniques are evidently the result of a woman reporting to authorities some time ago that her father was responsible for the murder of up to 70 women, whom he allegedly buried in a rural area in Fremont county, Iowa, south of Omaha. Reportedly, a cadaver picked up a scent of human remains in the area in question.

Law enforcement agencies coordinating this effort included the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Division of Criminal Investigation and the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office.

No further information will be released at this time, police said today.

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