BTK Investigation Cont'd In Kansas

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"Our investigation has led to additional unsolved murders and missing persons that are possibly connected to BTK," Osage County Undersheriff Gary Upston told NBC News Wednesday.

He said the search was in a “possible connection” to the disappearance of Cynthia Kinney, who was reported missing from Oklahoma in 1976.

Rader had lived in Park City for years, and two of the murders he admitted to committing were in the area.

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Cops recover 'items of interest' in new search of serial killer BTK's former Kansas property, sheriff says

Deputies uncovered "items of interest" in a new search conducted over the past two days at the former Park City, Kansas home of Dennis Rader, the BTK serial killer.

Investigators search former property of BTK Killer in Kansas for connections to unsolved cases

Investigators have searched the former property of "BTK killer" Dennis Rader, the murderer who was convicted of killing 10 people in Kansas in a bloody spree from the 1970s to 90s, as the search for connections to unsolved cases continues.

Kansas authorities searching former property of BTK serial killer Dennis Rader as they look for connections to unsolved cases | CNN

Investigators say they are searching the former Park City, Kansas, property of Dennis Rader, the self-proclaimed "BTK Killer" who pleaded guilty to murdering 10 people between the 1970s and 1990s.

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