Caddy killer: body of fifth victim could be linked to suspected serial killer
Investigators believe Robinson met his victims on dating sites and allegedly lured them to motels where he killed them and transported their bodies in shopping carts.
“This woman who died in a cart was only covered with a blanket. We believe this may be Anthony Eugene Robinson’s fifth victim,” O’Carroll said. He added that digital evidence places Robinson in the same neighborhood at the time of the victim’s disappearance.
Robinson was charged in November with the deaths of Elizabeth Redmon, 54, of Harrisonburg, and Tonita Lorice Smith, 39, of Charlottesville. Investigators found their bodies a short distance from each other on Nov. 23 in open ground in Harrisonburg, Va., According to Harrisonburg police.
Police said CCTV and cellphone tapes linking Robinson to Redmon and Smith led to his arrest. He is currently being held at the Rockingham County Adult Detention Center in North Carolina on two counts of first degree murder in addition to two counts of concealing, transporting or tampering with a corpse, authorities said.
CNN has contacted the Rockingham County Adult Detention Center and Anthony Guglielmi, director of the Fairfax County Police Public Affairs Office for comment.
Other alleged victims identified
Speaking at Friday’s press conference, Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis said DNA evidence confirmed the identities of two other women believed to be Robinson’s victims.
Cheyenne Brown, 29, of Washington, DC, and Stephanie Harrison, 48, of Redding, Calif., Were found in a container near a shopping cart near the Moon Inn Motel in Alexandria, Virginia on December 15.
Police had determined that Robinson was communicating with Brown through a dating site just before his disappearance and cell phone records indicated that Robinson and Brown were in contact “in and around the area” of the Moon Inn Motel on the Richmond Highway in Alexandria. , Va., Harrisonburg Police Chief Kelley Warner said in December.
“We have found that Robinson has stayed at the Moon Inn Motel on at least five other occasions, and we need to find out more,” said Davis.
The police chief said officials had requested support from the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Behavior Analysis Unit to find out more about Robinson. They are also partnering with authorities in Robinson’s home state, New York, and the Harrisonburg Police Department in Virginia.
“Additionally, we are working on a victimology profile and hope to connect with other women who may have interacted with Robinson,” Davis said.
Police urge anyone with information about Robinson to contact authorities immediately.
“We believe there are other people who have been in contact with Robinson who can provide us with crucial information about him,” Davis added.
CNN’s Emma Tucker contributed to this report.