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article imageVictims sought through serial killers photos

By Charity Tipton     Mar 20, 2010 in Crime
Huntington Beach, California police have been working hard looking through over 100 photos is a storage locker belonging to a serial killer. These photos are around 30 years old and appear to be of victims.
The police in Huntington Beach, California have found a storage locker belonging to Rodney Alcala, who has been incarcerated since 1979 and found over 100 photos that are around 30 years old. Most of these girls are in bell bottoms and have feathered back hair and others are in bikinis. Alcala was recently convicted in the murder of a young woman and a 12-year-old girl and that was when the storage locker was found.
Alcala apparently used his camera to lure these young girls. He was last seen with the young woman taking her picture when she disappeared. The police believe that the girls in the photos are potential victims of Alcala.
The police have identified nine people in the photos so far and they are alive. One of the women stated that Alcala had molested her but the statute of limitations had already run out. The police have posted some of the photos found on the Orange County District Attorney's web site but there are about 900 that are not on there because they are so sexually inappropriate.
Police are checking into leads in Phoenix, Seattle, and Orange County. Alcala was suspected in several cases in New York and New Hampshire which are both places that he had formerly lived.
One of the women in the photos is now a psychology professor and author. She stated that he had showed her some photos of other teen girls and also of nude young boys and that when a neighbor saw her get out of Alcala's car they told her parents who forbid her to see him again.
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