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What followed the abduction was heartache for her family, evidence of a sick and twisted monster responsible for her abduction, and a trail of taunting clues that would frustrate Investigators for years, and leave Fort Wayne in fear. Immediately after her abduction, nearly a hundred police and residents searched in vain hoping to find any sign of April.
They did not find her, but a major lead surfaced.
A witness reported seeing a man in a light blue pickup truck pull April inside it. Although she was clothed, an autopsy would show that the little girl had been raped and suffocated. Not far from the body, police discovered a sex toy.
Despite the DNA, and the eye witness report, there were no arrests, and the case cooled off. The teenage boy was not able to identify the man writing on the barn.
It would take fourteen more years for the writer to make contact again, but he was not nearly finished with his taunts. In spring offour handwritten notes turned up around Fort Wayne.
These notes would be discovered in mailboxes and most shockingly of all, on bikes that belonged to little girls. One of the letters read as follows: You are my next victim.
After these letters were received the killer went silent and has not been heard from since. Leads were followed up, and Suspects looked into, but no arrests were ever made. Despite the lack of an arrest, and the passage of almost 30 years, the killer left behind valuable clues that could one day help identify him.
There are the various writing samples. There are the eye witness descriptions of the killer when he abducted April, and when he was seen writing on the barn. These eyewitness accounts have lead to rough sketches being produced of the killer. The Polaroids themselves may be a big clue to his identity.
First off, Polaroid cameras were not widely used inso he likely owned one or borrowed one.
The photos reveal that the killer was circumcised, and had hair on his legs. In at least one photo, there is clearly a distinct blue-green paisley-patterned bedspread. Police believe that inthe killer either owned or borrowed a light blue truck, and inowned or borrowed a green pickup truck with a matching camper shell that had dark tinted windows.
The most important clue left behind by the killer was his DNA. This is one clue that will solidify a link between killer and Victim. Ina cutting edge DNA technology was used to create a new composite sketch of what the Killer may very well look like based on his DNA.
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