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Keyes APD press conference 12/10/12

photo courtesy Anchorage Police Department Israel Keyes consents to an interview in early May of 2012.
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Homicide detective Monique Doll discusses information gleaned from interviews with Israel Keyes during a press conference Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters. At left is Katherine Witt, FBI analyst.
Erik Hill
Photos of a shovel and other items cached in the Eagle River area by Israel Keyes are shown at a press conference Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
Chief Mark Mew describes the targeting of a police officer by Israel Keyes discovered during interviews with him prior to his suicide Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
This undated photo provided by the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI shows a plastic bag containing bottles of Drano as well as a shovel in Eagle River, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The FBI says confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who targeted people across the country, told authorities he planned to strike again in the state if he had gotten away with the murder of an 18-year-old Anchorage barista.
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Special agent Jolene Goeden of the FBI discusses Israel Keyes at a press conference Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
This undated photo provided by the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI shows a shovel found in Eagle River, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The FBI says confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who targeted people across the country, told authorities he planned to strike again in the state if he had gotten away with the murder of an 18-year-old Anchorage barista.
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Chief Mark Mew listens as officer Jeff Bell discusses interviews with Israel Keyes Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
This undated photo provided by the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI shows bottles of Drano found inside a plastic bag in Eagle River, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The FBI says confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who targeted people across the country, told authorities he planned to strike again in the state if he had gotten away with the murder of an 18-year-old Anchorage barista.
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photo courtesy Anchorage Police Department Israel Keyes consents to an interview in early May of 2012.
interview video
Homicide detective Monique Doll discusses information gleaned from interviews with Israel Keyes during a press conference Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters. At left is Katherine Witt, FBI analyst.
Erik Hill
Photos of a shovel and other items cached in the Eagle River area by Israel Keyes are shown at a press conference Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
Chief Mark Mew describes the targeting of a police officer by Israel Keyes discovered during interviews with him prior to his suicide Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
This undated photo provided by the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI shows a plastic bag containing bottles of Drano as well as a shovel in Eagle River, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The FBI says confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who targeted people across the country, told authorities he planned to strike again in the state if he had gotten away with the murder of an 18-year-old Anchorage barista.
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Special agent Jolene Goeden of the FBI discusses Israel Keyes at a press conference Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
This undated photo provided by the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI shows a shovel found in Eagle River, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The FBI says confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who targeted people across the country, told authorities he planned to strike again in the state if he had gotten away with the murder of an 18-year-old Anchorage barista.
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Chief Mark Mew listens as officer Jeff Bell discusses interviews with Israel Keyes Monday afternoon Dec. 10, 2012 at Anchorage Police Department headquarters.
Erik Hill
This undated photo provided by the Anchorage Police Department and the FBI shows bottles of Drano found inside a plastic bag in Eagle River, Alaska, just north of Anchorage. The FBI says confessed Alaska serial killer Israel Keyes, who targeted people across the country, told authorities he planned to strike again in the state if he had gotten away with the murder of an 18-year-old Anchorage barista.
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