FBI agents who are investigating a possible serial killer are looking at similarities in the lives of he six women who have been found dead or have gone missing in a small Ohio town, a former agent told ABC News.
ABC discovered that most of the women “ran in the same circle” and “a majority knew each other, often sharing similar personal stories.”
The lived in Chillicothe, Oh.
“They’ll start looking for any type of connections, whether they know each other whether their circumstances were similar — if they were all involved in drug use or maybe a majority of them, or were they involved in prostitution, were they from a certain area or did they frequent a certain area,” said former FBI Special Agent in Charge Steve Gomez.
Many of the victims had drug problems.
The FBI also likely has a profiler to determine the traits of the suspect.