FBI seeking help identifying serial killer's Atlanta-area victim

The FBI needs your help identifying a possible Georgia victim of a man who confessed to over 90 murders across the county.

The FBI said 78-year-old Samuel Little, who they described as possibly "among the most prolific serial killers in U.S. history," has confessed to killing seven people in Georgia.

Investigators have already confirmed two of the murders, but they're now asking for help in one of the cases that Little claims to have happened in 1993 or 1984.

Officials released a sketch that Little drew of the victim, who he said he met at an Atlanta strip club and killed nearby in some woods surrounded on two sides by roads.

Little told police that before he choked the woman to death, she begged him to give a message to her son. He then left her body naked in the woods. 

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The victim was described as being around 28 years old, who worked as either a topless dancer or prostitute. She was a white, heavy-set female who weighed around 260 and was about 5-feet-8-inches tall.

Police say so far they have found no reports of someone missing describing the alleged victim's identity, but they believe her case might have gone unreported.

FBI Public Relations Specialist Kevin Rowson tells FOX 5, "He chose women who were strippers, prostitutes, so there's a good chance some of these women he's claimed to have killed were never reported as missing."

Little was convicted in 2014 for the murdering three women in Los Angeles in the 1980s. According to an Associated Press article from the time, he lured his victims with dope and then beat and strangled them for his sexual pleasure. Then he dumped their half-naked bodies in the garbage.

Over the summer, he was indicted for murdering a woman in Odessa, Texas in 1994. He was extradited from California and brought to Texas.

He’s suspected of killing women in Texas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Illinois, Ohio, California, Indiana, Arizona, New Mexico, and South Carolina.

If you have any information that you remember from either the sketch or description, please contact the FBI Violent Criminal Apprehension Program at 800-634-4097 or at vicap@leo.gov.