FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. (WAVY) — The Fairfax County Police Chief released the identities of two victims of the “Caddy Killer” Friday night.
At 8 p.m., Fairfax Chief Kevin Davis released the identities of two women who were found in a shipping container Dec. 15 in the 2400 block of Fairhaven Avenue in the Fairfax County portion of Alexandria.
They were identified as Cheyenne Brown, a 29-year-old DC woman, and Stephanie Harrison, 48, of Redding, California.
Virginia authorities believe they have the suspected serial killer in custody: Anthony Robinson, 35, a resident of Washington, DC. He is currently being held on two counts of first degree murder and two counts of concealing, transporting or altering a corpse. these charges stem from a case in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Robinson was nicknamed the “Caddy Killer” because he allegedly carried the bodies of his victims in a shopping cart.
Police said the two women found in Alexandria had been positively identified through DNA analysis. Davis was joined by Major Crimes, Cybercrime and Forensics Bureau Chief Maj. Ed O’Carroll. The press conference will be broadcast on
Authorities have also linked the deaths of two women in the Shenandoah Valley to the two victims whose remains were found in the Northern Virginia area.
Robinson was arrested on November 23 in Harrisonburg after police found the bodies of two missing women, Allene Elizabeth “Beth” Redmon, 54, of Harrisonburg and Tonita Lorice Smith, 39, of Charlottesville, in a vacant lot on Linda Lane.
Police said they believe one set of remains in Alexandria was Cheyenne Brown, a 29-year-old DC woman. A second unidentified person was found in the same area but was killed at a different time, authorities said.
Police believe there may also be more victims in addition to the four.
On Friday night, O’Carroll said a tip led investigators to a case where a woman’s body was found in a shopping cart in Washington, DC. She was only covered with a blanket.
Fairfax authorities contacted the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia with the information. O’Carroll said they believe the woman may be Robinson’s fifth victim.
Robinson has not been charged in the Fairfax or DC deaths, but Fairfax authorities said they expect to press charges against him.
Meanwhile, investigators are still working to piece together Robinson’s whereabouts and habits over the past year or more. They are tracking whatever information people have about his whereabouts or what he was doing, and have worked with law enforcement from as far north as New York and as far south than Harrisonburg.
They also hope to identify other victims or survivors. Davis said Robinson may have used dating apps to connect with women.
“We believe there are survivors out there,” Davis said.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Fairfax Police Department at 703-246-7800 or their anonymous tip line at 866-411-8477.