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20041107: Fliers warn prostitutes of serial killer MD Baltimore Serial Killer News
Fliers have gone up in Baltimore, MD., warning prostitutes about a possible serial killer, the Baltimore Sun reported Sunday. "Warning! Very dangerous man picking up women involved in prostitution," the fliers read. "Please stay away from this man." The fliers describe a man that social worker Sidney-Anne Ford, founder of the state's only outreach center exclusively for prostitutes, alleges is responsible for three slayings and at least a dozen assaults in the past 16 months. City police have said there is no evidence to support the claim that a single person is behind the attacks, but they are investigating. They said they have interviewed more than two dozen people in connection with the cases. "We all may want to think that there is one person preying on these girls, but so far, there's no evidence," said Detective Corey Alston, one of three investigators assigned to the homicides. "Given these girls' lifestyles, that they are jumping in and out of cars, it could be anyone."
 

20041107: Fliers warn prostitutes of serial killer MD Baltimore Serial Killer News
Fliers have gone up in Baltimore, MD., warning prostitutes about a possible serial killer, the Baltimore Sun reported Sunday. "Warning! Very dangerous man picking up women involved in prostitution," the fliers read. "Please stay away from this man." The fliers describe a man that social worker Sidney-Anne Ford, founder of the state's only outreach center exclusively for prostitutes, alleges is responsible for three slayings and at least a dozen assaults in the past 16 months. City police have said there is no evidence to support the claim that a single person is behind the attacks, but they are investigating. They said they have interviewed more than two dozen people in connection with the cases. "We all may want to think that there is one person preying on these girls, but so far, there's no evidence," said Detective Corey Alston, one of three investigators assigned to the homicides. "Given these girls' lifestyles, that they are jumping in and out of cars, it could be anyone."
 


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