ClickOnDetroit NIGHTSIDE report -- Thursday, June 6, 2019
Family of woman slain by potential Detroit serial killer speaks out
Police have confirmed the identities of two of the three victims linked to a possible serial killer targeting women in Detroit.
The family of one of the victims spoke with Local 4 and is sharing why they believe investigators initially dropped the ball on the case.
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Detroit serial killer
A group of women have decided to take action. As a suspected serial killer is in Detroit, the women have been hitting the streets and are determined to keep their neighborhood safe.
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