FBI database links long-haul truckers, serial killings


By Scott Glover
Los Angeles Times


This map shows the more than 500 cases in the Highway Serial Killings Initiative database; the red dots mark where bodies or remains have been found along highways over the past 30 years.(Photo courtesy of FBI.gov)
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WASHINGTON — The FBI suspects that serial killers working as long-haul truckers are responsible for the slayings of hundreds of prostitutes, hitchhikers and stranded motorists whose bodies have been dumped near highways over the last three decades.

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