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Serial killer Israel Keyes spent significant time in the North Country and Vermont and owned land in Franklin County.  The FBI is hoping the public can provide more information about his activities. Photo: Anchorage Police Department
Serial killer Israel Keyes spent significant time in the North Country and Vermont and owned land in Franklin County. The FBI is hoping the public can provide more information about his activities. Photo: Anchorage Police Department

FBI: Serial killer buried victim "near Tupper Lake"

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FBI officials say they believe the serial killer Israel Keyes may have buried the body of one of his victims near the Adirondack town of Tupper Lake.

According to a statement released yesterday by investigators, the FBI believes that one of Keyes' victims may be Debra Feldman, who disappeared from Hackensack, New Jersey in 2009.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

Her body has never been recovered.

For the first time, the FBI is reporting that they believe that at least one of Keyes' victims — possibly that of Feldman — was buried "near the Tupper Lake area."

Investigators have once again ruled-out the idea that a body may be buried on property that Keyes owned in Constable, in northern Franklin County.

Keyees was captured in 2012 and committed suicide in a jail cell in Alaska last December.  The FBI believes that he's responsible for at least 11 murders.

Agents have been releasing information in recent months, hoping to gain help fro the public in identifying victims or locating bodies.

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