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Atlanta police search for missing Atlanta man – WXIA

ATLANTA — Atlanta police are on the lookout for a missing man not seen in days.

Authorities confirmed they are searching for 35-year-old Timothy Cunningham of Atlanta’s Bolton neighborhood.

Friends have told 11Alive that Cunningham was last seen by coworkers while leaving his workplace, the Centers for Disease Control, in Chamblee, Georgia. The family said he called out sick from work and hasn’t been heard from since that day. They said it is unusual for him not to contact them.

Family members believe he could be in his work uniform but they aren’t sure.

He is described as about 5 feet 11 inches tall and 230 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information on his location is asked to call 911 or Atlanta’s Adult Missing Persons Unit at 404-546-4235 immediately.

Read more at: http://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/missing-in-georgia/atlanta-police-search-for-missing-atlanta-man/85-519865321

Missing: Police searching for 21-year-old Atlanta missing person

– The Atlanta Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Mr. Cader Brown, 

Atlanta Police need help in their search for a missing man Cader Brown, 21. 

Brown was last seen leaving his apartment in Atlanta at 1185 Collier Road.

He was reported missing by his mother on January 4.  

He was last spotted wearing a gray and gold hooded sweat shirt, gray pants, and carrying a gray backpack. 

Anyone with information of Brown’s whereabouts, should call 911 or the Atlanta Police Adult Missing Persons Unit at 404-546-4235.

                                                                                                                                   

Read more at: http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/missing-police-searching-for-21-year-old-atlanta-missing-person

‘Atlanta Monster’ is the ‘Serial’ successor you’ve been waiting for

For Black children growing up on the west side of Atlanta in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, the boogie man was very real.

From 1979 to 1981, 28 children—all African-American and mostly male—were kidnapped and later found murdered in Atlanta. Terror plagued the city’s Black community for three years as police struggled to find the killer, not even sure if all the murders were related.

Despite the mass hysteria sparked by the murders—and the fact that most of them remain unsolved—it isn’t likely that young adults in 2018 have ever heard of the incident. That’s because after investigators arrested a local 23-year-old man named Wayne Williams, who was subsequently convicted of two adult murders and sentenced to two consecutive life terms, the whole ordeal was swept under the rug—despite the fact that Williams still has not been tried or convicted for a number of child murders that police have

Read more at: https://www.dailydot.com/upstream/atlanta-monster/

The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers

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11Alive’s investigators are hunting down the killers through time and across the continent.

They hunt the innocent; we hunt them

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women, dating back to 1970s.

According to a homicide detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do—outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in

Read more at: http://www.9news.com/news/investigations/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/489519673

The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers

If you’re viewing this in mobile, continue to scroll for the full story, or click here, for the best storytelling experience on desktop. 

Send your tips to TheHunt@11Alive.com. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11Alive’s investigators are hunting down the killers through time and across the continent.

They hunt the innocent; we hunt them

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women, dating back to 1970s.

According to a homicide detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do—outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in

Read more at: http://www.13wmaz.com/news/crime/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/491089921

The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers

If you’re viewing this in mobile, continue to scroll for the full story, or click here, for the best storytelling experience on desktop. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They hunt the innocent; we hunt them

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women, dating back to 1970s.

According to a homicide detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do—outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in the nation—more than 130 women who were strangled or asphyxiated to death, spanning over four decades. Most of these murders were committed within the city of Atlanta; all within the

Read more at: http://www.wfaa.com/news/crime/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/489716616

The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers – WBIR

GO DEEPER: Watch the full investigation from 11Alive Chief Investigator Monday night at 11 on #TheLateFeed and then discuss the story on our Facebook page.

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women, dating back to 1970s.

According to a homicide detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do—outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in the nation—more than 130 women who were strangled or asphyxiated to death, spanning over four decades. Most of these murders were committed within the city of Atlanta; all within the metro area.

Nearly 100 of those cases were reported as unsolved to the FBI.

News once plastered the TV, scrolled across newspapers,

Read more at: http://www.wbir.com/article/news/crime/cold-cases/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/85-486005491

wbir.com | The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers – WBIR

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women, dating back to 1970s.

According to a homicide detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do—outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in the nation—more than 130 women who were strangled or asphyxiated to death, spanning over four decades. Most of these murders were committed within the city of Atlanta; all within the metro area.

Nearly 100 of those cases were reported as unsolved to the FBI.

News once plastered the TV, scrolled across newspapers, warning, informing, questioning.

“Women were warned to lock their doors and look out for each other,” 11Alive reported.

“She was beaten beyond recognition and strangled with a

Read more at: http://www.wbir.com/article/news/crime/cold-cases/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/85-486005491

The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers – WKYC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They hunt the innocent; we hunt them

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women, dating back to 1970s.

According to a former detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do—outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in the nation—more than 130 women who were strangled or asphyxiated to death, spanning over four decades. Most of these murders were committed within the city of Atlanta; all within the metro area.

Nearly 100 of those cases were reported as unsolved to the FBI. 

News once plastered the TV, scrolled across newspapers, warning, informing, questioning.

“Women

Read more at: http://www.wkyc.com/news/crime/cold-cases/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/489534009

The Hunt: Atlanta’s hidden serial killers – WXIA

ATLANTA – Our city holds a deadly secret.

Someone’s been hunting, strangling, murdering women dating back to 1970s.

According to a former detective-turned professor and a former data journalist, Atlanta is likely hiding some of the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history.

They’ve never been caught, and their crimes… left cold.

Numbers, data and an algorithm have done what detectives haven’t been able to do – outline the largest cluster of unsolved strangulation murders of women in the nation—more than 130 women who were strangled or asphyxiated to death, spanning over four decades.

Nearly 100 of those cases… reported unsolved to the FBI.

News once plastered the TV, scrolled across newspapers, warning, informing, questioning.

“Women were warned to lock their doors and look out for each other,” 11Alive reported.

“She was beaten beyond recognition and strangled with a metal cord tightened around her throat.”

“The women were all strangled and sexually assaulted…”

“The number one suspect

Read more at: http://www.11alive.com/article/news/crime/cold-cases/the-hunt-atlantas-hidden-serial-killers/85-486005491