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Updated: December 4, am. He is Guatemala's Jack the Ripper, and police say he has strangled five prostitutes here in the last three months and that he may have killed streetwalkers in El Salvador and even Los Angeles. In an effort to find the serial killer, police officers are hitting the streets at all hours, searching for prostitutes and passing out computer-generated composites of the man they say is behind the killings. The pictures, compiled from witnesses who say they saw the suspect enter various hotels with prostitutes later found dead, depict the killer as a short, tan-skinned, year-old with closely cut black hair and sunken brown eyes.
Although prostitution is not illegal in Guatemala, streetwalkers have long complained that officers unfairly harass and sometimes attack them. Some have refused to cooperate with police. But Enio Rivera, director of Guatemala's national police force, said canvassing areas frequented by prostitutes moved authorities so close to an arrest last week that the suspect left the country.
The killings began Jan. In a note to police written on his victim's back, the killer said he 'didn't like it, but couldn't help killing' and that his murderous spree had included the slaying of two prostitutes in Los Angeles. Authorities in California say they have no record of those killings.
Two weeks after the first victim was discovered, police found the strangled body of Roxana Jamileth Molina in a drab hotel room on the Guatemalan capital's western outskirts. And on March 6, the owner of nearby hotel, lead police to the remains of another strangled, unidentified prostitute. The killer's fourth victim was discovered four days later, also near downtown Guatemala City.