FBI Trying to Track Path Deceased Serial Killer Took in Texas
(KCEN) -- The FBI is asking for the public's help in tracking the path a deceased serial killer from Anchorage, Alaska took through Texas in February and March of 2012.
Israel Keyes, who was believed to have committed several kidnappings and murders across the country, was arrested in March 2012.
Investigators believe the kidnappings and murders occurred from 2001 to March of last year.
Keyes is thought to have traveled through cities in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex and Glenrose in February of 2012.
The FBI is seeking information about Keyes' whereabouts from February 12 to February 16 specifically.
Before committing suicide while in custody in Anchorage, Alaska in December, Keyes admitted to traveling through Azle, Aledo and Cleburne during the month of February. Investigators believe the vehicle he rented became stuck in a muddy, rural area possibly near Cleburne sometime between February 12 and February 16.
The vehicle Keyes rented was a blue Kia Soul with Texas license plate number CN8 M857.
The FBI are wanting to identify anyone whom Keyes may have asked for help or anyone who had contact with him or his vehicle.
Keyes is also thought to have visited the Post Oak Cemetery in Glen Rose during the same time frame. The FBI is wanting to identify anyone who had contact with him or his vehicle there as well.
Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-CALL- FBI.