Virginia Serial Killer Caught?

Convicted felon Charles Severance has been named a person of interest in the Alexandria murders.
3:00 | 03/15/14

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We're going to turn to a developing story. Authorities say may be the work of a serial killer. Police in Washington have identified a person of interest who once lived in the area. He ran for mayor there not once, but twice. ABC's Suzanne is on this case from the start. Back in the neighborhood tonight. Reporter: Investigators could be one step closer tonight to solving the mystery behind three brutal murders that have shaken this quiet suburb of Washington, D.C. One of those killings unsolved for 10 years. Take a look at the resemblance and the sketch of the man wanted in the shooting death last month of local piano teacher. Ruth than labato. Police told ABC news that anonymous tips led them to arrest him on weapons violations earlier this week. Officials have linked the murder to the November slaying of Ron occur occur kurby and the 2002 killing. All lived within two miles of one another. What the investigators are doing is try to put the pieces of the puzzle to see if they can directly tie him in to the murder of one of these three individuals. He ran unsuccessfully for mayor twice in 1996 and 2000 and also for congress. Even though he has been named the person of interest. In these murders. The police caution redents of

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