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New search at the BTK Killer’s residence
Authorities in Kansas have reportedly raided one of the former residences of Dennis Rader, the serial killer better known as the BTK Killer, in a bid to find new clues in unsolved cases.

According to CNN, the search would be aimed at trying to establish links between Rader and numerous unsolved cases in the area.

“The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to follow leads in unsolved missing persons and murder cases possibly related to BTK.” Osage County Undersheriff Gary Upton told CNN.

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In particular, police and Park City authorities reportedly searched the site of Rader’s former home in suburban Wichita, according to the undersheriff.

Certainly ranked among the worst serial killers in the U.S., Dennis Rader was arrested in 2005 for the murders of ten people between 1974 and 1991.

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Letters sent by Rader, taunting the police while calling himself BTK, a terrifying acronym, to the media and police would eventually lead to his arrest. Rader lived a veritable double life, in addition to being married with two children, and had even been elected president of the board of Christ Lutheran Church in Wichita.

Hopefully, this latest search will provide answers for the families of the missing.

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