UNSOLVED Lindsay H., Misty S., Jodi B., Jessica F. Nov 16, 2008 1:14:23 GMT -5
Post by CSA FD on Nov 16, 2008 1:14:23 GMT -5
Missing Woman's Remains Discovered In Vegas Valley
Nov. 15, 2008 (Amer. Most Wanted)
In early March 2003, a pair of bikers made a gruesome discovery in a deserted area of the Las Vegas Valley: the dismembered body of an unidentified woman, wrapped in black plastic bags and bed sheets.
For nearly two years, investigators were perplexed on two fronts -- they had no idea who the victim was, nor could they fathom how someone could commit such a monstrous act against another.
But in 2005, detectives with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department finally caught a break, when they positively ID'd the victim as Misty Saens.
Misty's body was discovered just three weeks shy of her 26th birthday, and the last information known about her is that she was working as a prostitute in Las Vegas.
And that key piece of information has investigators intrigued.
Eerie Similarities Or The Work Of A Serial Killer?
Between March 2003 and April 2006, four known Vegas prostitutes -- Misty Marie Saens, Jodi Marie Brewer, Lindsay Marie Harris and Jessica Edith Louise Foster -- disappeared under similarly suspicious circumstances.
All were white, skinny and pretty, with strawberry blond hair and ranging in age from 19-26. Each girl ranged in height between 5'4" and 5'6", and all of their boyfriends/pimps were black males. Three of the girls' middle names were "Marie."
Three of the women were dismembered and their remains had been dumped just off of remote stretches of highway. Two of them were found near industrial areas, and the body of the fourth woman, Jessie Foster, has never even been found.
Are all of these similarities mere coincidence, or is there someone out there viciously taking the lives of Las Vegas-area prostitutes?
Cops are actively pouring over the evidence and are hellbent on finding the culprit or culprits, though leads are few and far between.
If you know anything about the brutal, cold-blooded murders of Misty Saens, Jodi Brewer or Lindsay Harris, as well as the disappearance of Jessie Foster, you've got to call our hotline right away at 1-800-CRIME-TV.