FBI Searches for Serial Killer Victim

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The FBI for Alaska is looking for a man involved in a series of unsolved homicides and other crimes.

FBI members arrested Israel Keyes in March 2012, and believe he has committed multiple kidnappings and murders across the country.

Investigators say Keyes stated he abducted a female tubing on the Deschutes River in the summer of 1997 or 1998. Keyes says he sexually assaulted the female, between 14 and 18 years old; he then let her go and sent her on her tube down the river. Investigators do not believe the sexual assault was reported to law enforcement. Keyes was living in Maupin, Oregon, at the time, where the abduction is believed to be located.

Investigators say Keyes also admitted to robbing several banks during 2011 and March 2012. Proceeds from the robberies to paid for his travel around the country where he committed several other crimes.

Keyes also admitted to traveling to various locations to leave supplies he planned to use in future crimes. Keyes stated he buried caches throughout the United States that contain weapons, money and items used to dispose of victims.

Investigators believe Keyes is responsible for 11 homicides. He admitted to burglarizing 20 to 30 homes and talked about committing arson as a means to cover up a homicide.

Anyone with information about Keyes or his first victim is asked to contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.

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