John Wayne Gacy
October 27, 2011 by staff
The Sheriff’s Department Cook County has exhumed the remains of eight unidentified victims Gacy Gacy and reopened the case in an effort to help reveal the identities of the dead long. Police have offered to family members who believe that their brother, uncle or son may have been the victim of Gacy to introduce the genetic material foranlysis.
Tim Lovell, his brother Wayne and Theresa Hasselberg, the younger sister of Wayne, contact the Cook County Department sheriff two weeks ago to inquire about his brother, Harold Wayne Lovell (who goes by Wayne), who had not seen Chicago since he left his family home in May 1977 by Aurora, Illinois, in search of construction work.
Wayne, now 53, 19 in 1977, was tall and thin with long sandy blonde hair. He disappeared after looking at the construction sites in the area of ??John Wayne Gacy lived and worked. Lovell family believes it was one of the eight unidentified victims of mass murderer Gacy, since adjustment descripteion, location and type of victim Gacy liked to kill.
Fortunately for Wayne and his family, it was not a victim of the murderer, Gacy. Wayne said he initially left home in 1977 because he was uncomfortable with his mother and stepfather.
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