Residents concerned about possible serial killer after woman’s body discovered

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ROSS COUNTY, Ohio – Residents in Ohio are concerned about a possible serial killer after the body of a missing woman was found.

Ross County Sheriff George Lavender said he is not ruling any possibilities out after the body of Tiffany Sayre was found this weekend.

“When you do, you miss something and we don’t want to miss anything,” Lavender said. “We need answers on who brought them out here. Someone brought them and put them here.”

Tiffany Sayre, 26, was reported missing on May 8. Her body was recently discovered in a rural part of Highland County.

Authorities say her body was discovered just a few miles from where Tameka Lynch’s body was found last year.

“This is such a remote area,” said Norris Carpenter. “Some deranged person, if they wanted to get rid of a body, they couldn’t find anywhere more remote than this.”

According to WCMH, four women have been found dead from the Chillicothe area since last year. Two others are still missing.

Investigators say they are not sure if the cases are connected. One death was ruled a homicide, another was ruled a suicide and another was deemed suspicious.

So far, officials have not released how Sayre died or her manner of death.

“We’ve got too many women missing in our community,” Lavender said. “And it’s time to get some answers.”

Lavender says crews are searching the area to determine if any other bodies are nearby.

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