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Police Release Information about I-70 Killer 20 Years Later


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RAYTOWN, Mo. — Twenty years after a multi-state killing spree, police release new information about the “I-70” killer in an effort to solve the case.

Police said one man is responsible for shooting killing six people in five Midwestern cities in April and May of 1992. Four of the crimes were committed at strip malls along I-70 — two in Missouri and two in Indiana. Two other crimes were committed at a bridal shop near I-35 in Wichita, Kan.

According to St. Louis Today, St. Charles, Mo., police shared unreleased information about the gun used in all six shootings. Lt. David Senter said the weapon was a .22-caliber gun, possibly an Intratec Scorpion

Read more at: http://fox4kc.com/2012/05/03/police-release-information-about-i-70-killer-20-years-later/

20 Years Later, ‘I-70 Killer’ Still At Large

The so-called “I-70 killer” remains elusive 20 years after a multi-state crime spree, but police say they haven’t given up on the case.

Authorities believe the same man was responsible for killing six people in five Midwestern cities in April and May of 1992. Four of the killings occurred in strip malls along Interstate 70 – two in Missouri, two in Indiana. The other two victims were at a bridal shop near Interstate 35 in Wichita, Kan.

Among the victims was Nancy Kitzmiller, 24, who worked at Boot Village in St. Charles, Mo., near St. Louis. Customers found her body in a back room of the small store.

St. Charles police on Wednesday provided previously unreleased information in hopes of generating new leads. Lt. David Senter said that based on ballistic evidence and witness statements, the weapon was a .22-caliber gun, possibly an Intratec Scorpion or Erma Werke Model

Read more at: http://www.kmbc.com/article/20-years-later-i-70-killer-still-at-large/3670221

Police hope info leads to I-70 killer from ’92

ST. LOUIS — The so-called “I-70 killer” remains elusive 20 years after a multi-state crime spree, but police say they haven’t given up on the case.

Authorities believe the same man was responsible for killing six people in five Midwestern cities in April and May of 1992. Four of the killings occurred in strip malls along Interstate 70 — two in Missouri, two in Indiana. The other two victims were at a bridal shop near Interstate 35 in Wichita, Kan.

The killer’s victims included Sarah Hart Blessing, a 1973 graduate of Shawnee Heights High School at Tecumseh. Blessing, 37, was fatally shot May 7, 1992, at a retail store where she worked in Raytown, Mo.

Another victim was Nancy Kitzmiller, 24, who worked at Boot Village in St. Charles, Mo., near St. Louis. Customers found her body in a back room of the small store.

St. Charles police on Wednesday provided previously unreleased information

Read more at: http://cjonline.com/news/2012-05-02/police-hope-info-leads-i-70-killer-92