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(Studio) Police may be close to solving murders 7 women in Boston, Massachusetts.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Boston, Massachusetts) Police have suspect for brutal murders of 7 young and attractive women in Boston University area. Ruth Hamilton, 22 year old teacher, smothered in apartment with pillow. Other victims of rape, murder listed. Demars Synge Gillispie latest victim. Was 22. Found strangled. Police also believe woman found strangled in Chelsea might be 7th victim. [Boston police Lieutenant Edward SHERRY - says strong possibility suspect involved in 1 or more murders.] [Brother Stephen GILLISPIE - says girls feel police don't act on complaints of harassment by young women.] 3 of girls disappeared while hitchhiking. [Coeds - discuss precautions they are taking.] [SHERRY - says police trying to do best they can.]
REPORTER: Chris Kelly
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Kelly, Chris
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