/'I-65 killer' identified by Indiana police through DNA match | USA TODAY

'I-65 killer' identified by Indiana police through DNA match | USA TODAY


After decades of searching, authorities in Indiana identified the man known as the “I-65 killer,” accused of killing three women in the 1980s.

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For decades, the identity of an elusive figure, dubbed the “Days Inn” and “I-65” killer, evaded police as investigators tried to solve the slayings of three women in Indiana and Kentucky in the late 1980s. April 5th, law enforcement officials said they’ve solved the case.

Indiana State Police, with several federal and local agencies, said investigators have determined that Harry Edward Greenwell, who is now deceased, was responsible for the rapes and murders of Vicki Heath, Margaret “Peggy” Gill and Jeanne Gilbert. The women worked as clerks in motels along the I-65 corridor.

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