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Police Take Out Web Ad for Leads in Craigslist Killer Case

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Police in Boston are looking for more clues in the Craigslist killer case. So, they've taken out an ad on Craigslist. They're hoping to find people who were attacked or robbed at a hotel in the Boston area after placing an ad on the popular classifieds site.

Currently, authorities have arrested 23 year old medical student Philip Markoff, who has plead not guilty. He's charged of murdering Julissa Brisman, 26 at Boston Marriott Copley Place hotel. He's also accused of robbing another woman at a Boston hotel 4 days prior to the murder. Both took place in April.

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