The FBI is still asking the public for help in the case of dead serial killer Israel Keyes, this time in connection with a woman who vanished without a trace from Hackensack New Jersey in 2009.
In their continuing efforts to solve the riddle of dead serial killer Israel Keyes, investigators for the FBI never stopped investigating the clues he gave them regarding more victims. Now they have posted a great number of the investigation’s details online, hoping that it will jog someone’s memory.
To Israel Keyes February 1, 2012, probably seemed like just another day for a murder. His victim, Alaskan barista Samantha Koenig, was not reported missing until February 2 after snow had covered any traces of the abduction. This abduction, however, would be Keyes’ last, and would ultimately lead to his undoing.
On April 2, 2012, two months after her disappearance, the body of Anchorage barista Samantha Koenig was pulled from a lake. She had been the victim of serial killer Israel Keyes.
On July 10, 2012, over coffee and a bagel, serial killer Israel Keyes told investigators the simple secret of how he got away with murder for so long.
Serial killer Israel Keyes was arrested on March 12, 2012 for the murder of Samantha Koenig, but soon revealed that he had killed as many as 12 people. Police tied him to only three murders before Keyes decided to kill himself. The following four-page note was found under his body, bloodstained and illegible.
In the wake of Israel Keyes’ December 2012 jail suicide, the FBI is reaching out to the public in an attempt to solve eight or more murders to which the serial killer confessed, and locate other possible victims.
The FBI has made available more details of the abduction of Alaskan barista Koenig, as well as the events leading up to the discovery of her frozen remains in Matanuska Lake.
Suspected killer Israel Keyes may have killed as many as eight or more people, but without more information about the victims, identifying them and solving their murders may be next to impossible.