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Police trying to solve the murders of 15 women along BC's Highway of Tears are confident they'll be able to provide more answers for all the families missing their loved ones more than 30 years.
RCMP Staff Sgt. Wayne Clary says even though it's been six months since they linked serial killer Bobby Jack Fowler to three of the 18 victims more tips are still coming in.
"Actually, myself and some others were visiting some isolated northern communities just this past week and we did get one more Fowler tip. Unfortunately, nothing has sort of come to fruition from what we've received already."
Fowler died in a US prison seven years ago.
The December suicide of another serial killer --who admitted to murdering at least eight people-- also makes him a Highway of Tears suspect.
Police have confirmed 34-year old Israel Keyes worked as a contractor in BC during 2005 and 2007.
He killed himself at a jail in Alaska.