Get Unidentified Serial Killer O Streets!

Get Unidentified Serial Killer O Streets!

Get Unidentified Serial Killer O Streets!
Unrelated victims in several states
Have lost their lives at an unknown person’s hands.
A mother, a daughter, and a young woman
Who are missed and gone.
And the killer (s) has never been found.
And has not even been identified.

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Get Unidentified Serial Killer O Streets! This unknown suspect is a Caucasian male. His age is unspecified. This description is coming from 1998, the time of the last murders that may be connected to him At the time of his last murder, he was estimated to have been over 30 years old. So his current age is at least 50 years old. This unknown suspect is described as 5’6″ tall. His weight us unknown but his build, in 1998, was slender. At that time, his hair was dark with gray, and he had a thin graying mustache. Now he may be more gray.

In 1998, this unknown suspect wore dark pants and a plaid shirt. He also wore work boots and glasses. This individual also spoke with a “northern” accent. IN 1998, he had access to a full-size van. It was dark in color and possibly maroon.

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ViCAP Alert for Suspect

A Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) Alert has been issued for an unknown individual. He is believed to be responsible for the deaths of multiple victims and one attempted murder. The FBI issues ViCAP Alerts for missing or unidentified persons when foul play is suspected. The FBI sometimes issues ViCAP Alerts for violent offenders. And this ViCAP Alert is issued for South Carolina, Missouri, and Tennessee. These are the states in which the murders/one attempted murder occurred.

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The Victims

The first murder that may be linked to this unidentified serial killer, occurred on April 4, 1990. Genevieve Zitricki, a 28-year-old female, was brutally and massively attacked. At the time, she slept in her apartment in Greenville, South Carolina. The offender forced entry via the patio sliding glass door. Zitricki was beaten and strangled to death. And she was found in her bathtub. The offender left a threatening message on her mirror.

The next two murders occurred eight years later. They may be linked to this unidentified serial killer. On March 28, 1998, a mother and her daughter were found murdered. Sherri Scherer and her daughter, 13, were found murdered. The crime scene was inside inside the farmhouse near Portageville, Missouri. Both victims were shot with a .22 caliber gun. Megan had been sexually assaulted.

The next incident involved an attempted murder. It occurred two hours later in Dyersburg, Tennessee. A Caucasian male approached a woman in her mobile home. He asked her for directions. A struggle ensued and the stranger fired a shot through the door, striking the woman in the shoulder. The victim survived her injuries. The unknown male left the premises in a full size van. It was possibly maroon in color. The Missouri and Tennessee cases are linked by ballistics.And the South Carolina and Missouri cases are linked forensically to a common unknown offender.

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Three murder victims and one attempted murder survivor deserve justice and answers. So do their families. The lives of three people have been brutally and cruelly ripped away from them. Their families have had their loved ones snatched away from them. One survivor will never forget what she endured. None of these people have answers. They do not not even know who has brutally altered their loves. This person needs to be identified before he can be charged and convicted. Someone (s) has information that can help identify this individual and then investigate him and bring him to justice.

Do you have any information that can help identify this individual?

You can contact the FBI tip line: 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You can leave an online tip at: this webpage. OR You can contact your local FBI office. You can also contact FBI International Offices.

To provide or request additional information, please contact:
– Det. Tim Conroy, Greenville PD (SC), 864-467-5340, –
– Sgt. WT (Bud) Cooper, MO State Highway Patrol, 573-225-1050, –
– Inv. Chris Hensley, New Madrid Sheriff’s Department (MO), 573-748-2516 –
– Inv. Terry McCreight, Dyer Co SO (TN), 731-285-2802 Ext. 112, –
– FBI ViCAP, (800) 634-4097, –
We are looking for other similar, unsolved homicides from the timeframe prior to the 1990
murder in South Carolina up until the present, particularly in AR, IL, KY, MO, NC, SC, and TN.

Alert # 2012-07-02; Released 07/27/2012;JMS
To review other ViCAP Alerts, please visit ViCAP Alerts.


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