THE I-65 KILLER has reportedly been identified after more than 30 years since killing three women in highway motels.
Indiana State Police and FBI officials have identified Harry Edward Greenwell as the alleged killer.
The I-65 Killer, also known as the Days Inn Killer, is accused of raping and killing at least three women at motels along the highway's corridor in Indiana and Kentucky during the late '80s.
According to ISP, Sgt. Glen Fifield DNA results used to identify Greenwell were “99.999% positive.”
Greenwell, however, died of cancer in 2013, officials said.
As of today, the killer's known victims are Jeanne Gilbert, 34, Mary "Peggy" Gill, 21, and Vicki Heath, 41.
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Heath, a night clerk at the Super 8 Motel in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, was reported missing on February 21, 1987
Investigators at the time said the motel lobby showed signs of a fight, with a telephone being uprooted from the wall.
Her body was later found by the police behind a trash bin near the motel.
Investigators determined had been sexually assaulted and shot twice in the head with a .38 caliber handgun.
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