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Hammond / Darren Vann / John Dhoti / Karen Freeman Wilson #1288984

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 20, 2014
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Today, Indiana police say that seven women found murdered over the last few days may be victims of a serial killer. A suspect in custody has been talking to detectives. And here's Dean Reynolds. The trail that led to atleast seven bodies began Friday night at this motel in Hammond, Indiana. Police say the suspect, forty three year old convicted sex offender Darren Vann, spent time there with a nineteen year old escort he'd found on the website backpage. She was later found by a co worker strangl...
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