New Hampshire Authorities Reveal Possible Identify of Suspected Serial Killer

NEW HAMPSHIRE - Authorities say they may have found the true identity of a suspected killer.

According to a media release, in January New Hampshire serial authorities released pictures and details about a man they said killed four identified people in Allenstown. 

Officials say the incidents happened in 1985 and 2000. 

Documents show the victims were found in barrels, near Bear Brook State Park.

He is also suspected in the disappearance and likely the death of woman who went missing in 1981.

Officials say that person used several names, including Robert “Bob” Evans.

DNA results say he was “Terry Peder Rasmussen,” who was originally from Colorado.

Authorities say Rasmussen was convicted of murdering his girlfriend in 2003 in California.  Rasmussen died in prison in 2010.

New Hampshire officials sent the following timeline about Rasmussen’s life:

 

 


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