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Serial killer uses a basket to dump victims’ bodies – Crime Online

The bodies of five women are now linked to a serial killer dubbed the “Caddy Killer”. Anthony Robinson, 35, is charged with two of the murders, but other charges are expected. Investigators believe Robinson met his victims through dating sites and then in at least four cases lured them to a motel where he is known.

Police said CCTV and cellphone recordings connected Robinson to the deaths. He can be seen on surveillance video with some of the victims and then seen moving the bodies using a shopping cart.

Police from 35 jurisdictions are looking into their unsolved murders for links. Robinson is being held on two counts of first-degree murder in addition to two counts of concealing, transporting or altering a corpse.

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