Police in the US are on the hunt for a possible serial killer as four human remains were have been discovered in Virginia since August, with the latest one being found near a shopping cart in a wooded area.
Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis shared the shocking evidence in a media release on Friday.
Officer Davis announced a press conference later today where they would provide additional information.
He will be joined by Harrisonburg Police Chief Kelley Warner and Major Ed O’Carroll, Bureau Chief, Major Crimes, Cyber and Forensics to provide further details of an alleged serial killer on the loose in Virginia.
The police said the bodies of four victims have been found in the state since August.
On Wednesday, they discovered human remains tucked away in an isolated wooded area.
The latest corpses were discovered in a container near a shopping cart in the Alexandria section of Fairfax County.
Earlier this month, police from nearby Harrisonburg, Virginia arrested a man from Washington DC and charged him in the murders of two women in the Shenandoah Valley.
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The suspect, Anthony Robinson, 35 was a person of interest in the disappearance of a D.C. woman, Cheyenne Brown after her cousin identified the man as having been at the woman's house ten days prior to her disappearance.
Brown’s cousin, Jonathan Willis, said he made Robinson leave the house.
"I saw him over here like a day later and I did the same thing, put him out again," he said.
"Haven’t heard anything since then, haven’t seen him around here since then."
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