Fourth Victim Named in Atlantic City Serial Killings


A fourth victim has been identified in an apparent case of serial killings in Atlantic City, N.J. She is Molly Jean Dilts, 20, a Blairsville, Pa., native who arrived in the resort city in October and had been working as a prostitute, according to the city’s Press. County Prosecutor Jeffrey S. Blitz identified her as among four women found dead last week in a marsh outside the city limits in Egg Harbor Township.

Dilts and the first identified victim, Kim Raffo, 35, worked the same city streets, often walking together along Tennessee and Ocean avenues. Raffo and the two other victims all had criminal records for prostitution. Their bodies had each been in the water for different amounts of time before they were found Nov. 20. Each was in shallow water behind a strip of motels known for frequent drug and prostitution arrests.


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