FBI asks for help identifying victims of serial killer Samuel Little

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Samuel Little (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)

The FBI is seeking the public’s help identifying victims of Samuel Little, recently confirmed by the FBI to be the country’s most prolific serial killer.

Sketches of some of the unidentified victims, courtesy FBI

According to the FBI, law enforcement agencies have been able to verify 50 of Little’s 93 murder confessions. FBI crime analysts believe all 93 confessions are credible.

The agency has released videos of five of Little’s unmatched murder confessions, along with portraits he drew of the women.

CLICK HERE to view the full statement by the FBI, including video confessions from Little.

The FBI also recently updated their list of unmatched confessions to include two additional cases in Ohio and Louisiana and remove five cases that have been confirmed by law enforcement, including the case of a murdered Lubbock woman.

Portrait of Fields drawn by Little and an image of Fields provided by Lubbock Police

In August, EverythingLubbock.com broke the story that Little was connected to the 1993 murder of Bobbie Fields. Her portrait was originally thought to be a Jane Doe murdered in Wichita Falls, but detectives with the Lubbock Police Department eventually connected his confession to Fields.

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The FBI said they believe these additions will help identify Little’s remaining victims.

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