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Israel KEYES



Israel Keyes



Israel Keyes



Israel Keyes



Israel Keyes



Israel Keyes



A security camera pictured the robber of the Community Bank in Tupper Lake in 2009.
Israel Keyes told the FBI he did it.



Israel Keyes lives in this home in the Turnagain neighborhood. Keyes was arrested Tuesday,
March 13, 2012, in Lufkin, Texas, in connection with the Samantha Koenig kidnapping case.
(Erik Hill / Anchorage Daily News)



Law enforcement personnel search the home where Israel Keyes lived Tuesday October 23,
2012 in West Anchorage. Keyes was jailed in April for allegedly abducting and killing
18-year-old Samantha Koenig in February.
(Erik Hill / Anchorage Daily News)







In this undated file photo provided by the Essex, Vt., police, Bill and Lorraine Currier are
seen. The bodies of the Curriers have never been found. They were last seen leaving
their jobs on June 8, 2011.

Anchorage police chief Mark Mew said Keyes confessed to killing Koenig, as well as killing
Bill and Lorraine Currier of Essex, Vt.
(AP Photo/Essex police, File)



Keyes' last known murder was the kidnapping and murder of 18-year-old Samantha Koenig,
a barista working in Anchorage, Alaska. Authorities said that Keyes kidnapped her from
 her place of employment, stole her debit card and other property, then murdered
her the following day.

Police stated that Keyes sexually assaulted Koenig before he murdered her. After Koenig's
death, Keyes left on a cruise out of New Orleans, leaving Koenig's body in a shed. When
he returned home, he took a photograph of her body with a 4-day-old issue of the
Anchorage Daily News, maintaining the illusion that she was still alive in his ransom
demand. After demanding US$30,000 in ransom, Keyes dismembered Koenig and
disposed of her body in Matanuska Lake north of Anchorage.



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