San Francisco police could not catch the serial killer nicknamed 'doodler'. The investigation established that the man killed more than 5 gays and committed other crimes. On Wednesday, the San Francisco police published a new identikit of the killer and promised a cash reward ($ 100,000) to anyone, who provides any information and would help to identify the man.
The man who escaped from the killer said that killer was a cartoonist, so the police call him a 'doodler'. The victim said that the man painted all the time when they were in the restaurant. The police published two identikits of the maniac to show how a 'doodler' might look like today.
On Wednesday, San Francisco law enforcement officials stated that the 'doodler' killed at least 5 gays in 1974/75. The cops also determined that the serial killer was looking for his victims in various gay clubs of the city. Before killing men, the 'doodler' had sex with them. According to NBC News, a man killed gays and threw their bodies in parks and beaches in different parts of San Francisco.
Investigators said they lost traces of a 'doodler', who hid somewhere. But the police also hope to get help from people who know something about this killer.
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