The Ross County Sheriff’s Office is seeking any information connected to four murdered women and two missing women in Ohio.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
June 29, 2015
Chillicothe, Ohio – Police in Chillicothe and the Ross County Sheriff’s Office (RCSO) is seeking the assistance of the public to provide any information that could solve the murder of four local women and two missing women. The RCSO hasn’t confirmed that the murdered and missing women are connected to a serial killer or killers yet.
Lieutenant Mike Preston from the RCSO says, that the ongoing investigation and autopsies of some of the murdered women indicated drug use and might have been involved in prostitution to support their addiction.
The RCSO began to receive missing women reports since 2014 and have found four of the women dead and autopsy reports indicated they had been murdered.
The four murdered women were identified as:
● Tameka Lynch, 30, reported missing in May 2014
● Shasta Himelrick, 20, reported missing in December 2014
● Timberly Claytor, 38, found dead in May 2015 with three gunshot wounds to the head.
● Tiffany D. Sayre, 26, went missing on May 11, 2015
The two missing women were identified as:
● Charlette E. Trego, 28, last seen on May 3, 2014
● Wanda J. Lemmons, 38, was last seen on October 3, 2014
A $2,500 reward is being offered for any information about the murdered women and missing women, according to the Chillicothe Police Department in Ohio.
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