INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana State Police have identified the man behind the “I-65 Killer,” also known as the “Days Inn Killer,” which killed at least three motel workers in the years 80s and 90s.
On March 3, 1989, the man killed Jeanne Gilbert and Margret Gill. Both worked at the Days Inn in Indiana. Gilbert worked as a night clerk at the Days Inn in Remington and Gill worked at the Days Inn in Merrillville, according to Indiana State Police.
The man also raped and killed Vicki Lucille Heath at the Super 8 Motel in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
Another woman working in Columbus was sexually assaulted and robbed on January 2, 1990, ISP Sgt. said Glen Fifield. She was the only known victim who survived.
On Tuesday, Fifield identified the killer as Harry Edward Greenwell. He died of cancer in January 2013.
The FBI has released the following timeline of events and information.
Investigators are working with law enforcement across the country to determine if Greenwell was a suspect in other cases.
On Tuesday, personnel from the Indiana State Police, FBI and Elizabethtown Police Department are expected to provide a cold case update. Several other law enforcement agencies were also present.