DALLAS - The public's help is needed to track the travels of a confessed serial killer in Texas and other states so that authorities can attempt to identify other possible victims, the FBI announced Tuesday.
Federal investigators released a Texas timeline for Israel Keyes, who allegedly killed 11 people before his March 2012 arrest in the East Texas town of Lufkin for speeding. He committed suicide last December in Alaska while awaiting trial in the rape and strangling of a coffee stand worker.
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