NBC10 - Ted Greenberg
Atlantic County Prosecutor Jim McClain sits down with NBC10's Ted Greenberg to talk about the 2006 unsolved murders of four women who worked as prostitutes in Atlantic City.
It's been nearly seven years since the barefoot bodies of four women were found outside a hotel in Egg Harbor Township.
Kim Raffo, Tracy Ann Roberts, Barbara Breidor and Molly Dilts all worked as prostitutes in Atlantic City. Their bodies were found on November 20, 2006 in a drainage ditch outside the The Golden Key Motel on the Black Horse Pike.
The case has gained national attention, but over the years authorities have provided few details on their hunt to find a killer. Now, Atlantic County's Acting Prosecutor Jim McClain is opening up about the investigation.
“I can say there are people of interest. I don’t want, I can’t go into detail but there are people of interest. There’s more than one and we’re gathering information and checking leads," said McClain.
McClain says the case has stalled a little bit and there hasn't been much new information over the last few years. He hopes speaking about the case now will generate new public interest and lead to tips in the case.
“As every day goes by, we’re in a worse position to solve the case but that doesn’t mean that you stop trying," said McClain.
McClain is the third person to lead the Atlantic County Prosecutor's office since the November 2006 murders.