|Hannah Graham, age 18, missing since September 14, 2014|
Daily Mail (UK)
Chief Longo said investigators had obtained video footage from across the city and had also seized electronic equipment from Hannah’s apartment.
Hannah Graham is alleged to have ventured into a poor neighborhood in the early hours of Saturday morning, according to residents.
The student is known to have sent a text message saying she was lost.
Investigators were spotted following blood hounds around Friendship Court, a low income housing development across the railway tracks from Charlottesville’s upmarket Downtown Mall area.
Shop keepers have offered police video footage which appears to show the 18-year-old student walking through the red-brick pedestrian street.
And it appears that Hannah may have crossed the tracks into Garrett St, a notorious area of Charlottesville close to the city’s Old Town.
It seems like the Daily Mail (UK) thinks that they've cracked the case.
At least three other young women have disappeared in the area in the last five years. Nineteen-year-old Samantha Ann Clarke, who vanished after leaving her Orange County townhouse in September 2010, and 19-year-old DaShad Laquinn Smith, who disappeared in Charlottesville in November 2012, remain missing.Um, excuse me, Ace British Reporters, but "Sage" Smith was (is?) a gay man who sometimes dressed as a woman. And it doesn't seem like a tremendous mystery who killed either Ms. Clarke or Mr. Smith (and it's not the same person).
Morgan Harrington, a 20-year-old Virginia Tech student, disappeared from the University of Virginia's John Paul Jones Arena while attending a rock concert in October 2009. Her remains were found three months later in a rural area. No arrests have been made.It's pretty weird how many people seem to wish that the guy who (apparently) killed Hannah Graham is also the guy who killed Morgan Harrington. People love serial killers.