The Daily Mail reports that police officials in Indiana are attempting to connect the Snapchat Killer, who murdered two 13-year-old girls in February, to the kidnap and murder of two girls in Iowa in 2012.
He is known as the “Snapchat killer” because the girls were hiking along the Delphi Historic Trail in Indiana and taking photos on Snapchat. A man was captured in one of their photos as he was walking on the trail behind them and is believed to be the suspect.
The case bears similarities to a 2012 unsolved murder case of two female cousins, 8 and 10 years old, as they rode their bikes in Evansdale Iowa.
“I hope the scenario isn’t that they do it again and get caught. That’s my biggest fear, that they will do it someone else” the father of one of the girls from the 2012 attack told the Quad-City Times.
No direct link has been found yet, but investigators are comparing notes in hope that clues may lead to the identification and capture of the suspect.
There is a $150,000 fine for information leading to the arrest of the suspect.