Five Years Later, Murders Of Atlantic City Prostitutes Remain Unsolved
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (CBS) — Five years ago today, authorities down the shore came upon the bodies of four murdered Atlantic City prostitutes. Officials marked the occasion Sunday by issuing a press release, insisting they’re still on the hunt for whoever was responsible.
Barbara Breidor, Molly Dilts, Kim Raffo and Tracy Roberts were found on November 20th, 2006, lined up in a drainage ditch behind the Golden Key Motel along the Black Horse Pike near Atlantic City.
Prosecutor Ted Housel assigned additional investigators to the case a couple of years ago, and various state and federal resources have been tapped. But there is no indication that they’re any closer to tracking down the killer. A handyman who was suspected early on is no longer on their radar.
There were also suggestions this case might be tied to a string of similar slayings on Long Island, but that was later ruled out. Housel insists the Atlantic City case is still an “active and open investigation.”
Reported by David Madden, KYW Newsradio