Six individuals were shot in a series of murders along the I-70 more than thirty years ago. The killer behind the murder of six store clerks is still at large.
Murder spree in 1992
The murder of six store clerks began. On April 8, 1992 the first victim, Robin Fuldauer, 26, was working at a Payless ShoeSource in Indianapolis when she was shot in the back of the head. Three days after, Patricia Smith, 23, and Patricia Magers, 32, were killed in Wichita, Kan. Inside Sylvia’s Ceramic Supply, Michael McCown, 40, was also killed. The killing continued when Nancy Kitzmiller, 24, was killed in St. Charles. For four following days, Sarah Blessing, 37, was shot next.
According to People Magazine, the murder of six store clerks contained five women and one man. They were killed with an Erma Werke Model ET22 pistol. Six of them work in small businesses along Interstate 70. All the victims were alone and all were shot in the back of the head.
The murder of six store clerks’ suspect is suspected of killing three more store clerks in 1993, 1994, and 2001. Terre Haute police said that the I-70 killer was a possible killer in the 2001 murder. Billy Brossman, a 31-year-old clerk in a liquor store was shot. Brossman is killed just seven blocks from the murder of Michael McCown. In 1993, victims known as 51-year-old Mary Ann Glasscock, and 22-year-old Amy Vess, and the 1994 surviving victim was Vicki Webb, 35.
Murder of Six Store Clerks’ Suspect
The murder of six store clerks’ suspect remains unidentified as an American serial killer. The I-70 killer was in his mid-20’s or 30’s, 5’7″ to 5’9″ tall, thin, and having lazy eyelids and reddish hair. St. Charles police department published age-progressed versions of the sketch to show what the suspect may look like now. If he still alive, the killer is between 52 and 70 years old.
All the murders were committed with an Erma Werke Model ET22 pistol, and the victims were usually young women with long, dark hair. The murder of six store clerks’ suspect took place at slow times of day. Money was not the primary motive; it’s more of an intent to kill. Anyone with information about the killer asked to contact the St. Charles Police Department at 1-800-800-3510.