MI police looking for the body of a 12-year-old girl who disappeared decades ago and the remains of up to five other teenage girls, some missing since the 1970s, said on Wednesday they have found evidence on a former farm outside Detroit linking the site to the case.
After his conviction in her slaying, Ream led police to Cindy's remains in a wooded area in Macomb Township, northeast of Detroit.
The police commissioner said the cold case into King's disappearance was reopened in November and had to wait until the weather changed before they could start digging.
Police said they were led to the area after spending months interviewing convicted killer, Arthur Ream.
When Ream was convicted of Cindy Zarzycki's murder, he was already serving a 15-year sentence for molesting a 14-year-old girl. She was last seen in 1979. Ream did know Zarzycki, who had been dating Ream's son at the time of her disappearance.
Dwyer says he wants to bring closure to the families.
"We're very consciously optimistic", Dwyer said.
"I don't know if there's ever justice", Zarzycki said. They also say he failed a recent polygraph test related to the crimes.
"I want to bring my sister home and lay her to rest".
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On a Sunday in April 1986, Cindy Zarzycki told her father that she was going to a nearby Diary Queen to meet her friends, and later walk to church. "I don't care. I just want my sister", she said.
The FBI and other agencies are digging in a forest in Macomb Township for the remains of 12-year-old Kimberly King. At the time, she was staying with her grandparents.
Officials haven't publicly identified all of the victims they believe may be buried there, but Dwyer confirmed Wednesday 17-year-old Kellie Brownlee, who vanished from a Novi mall in 1982, and 15-year-old Kim Larrow, who disappeared from Canton Township in 1981, may be among them. Nadine O'Dell, 16, who never showed up at her boyfriend's house in Taylor, southwest of Detroit, on August 16, 1974.
Besides King, investigators believe that Ream may also be connected to other young girls who went missing in the area in the early 1980s.
Arthur Ream, a 68-year-old convicted pedophile and the prime suspect in the search for Kimberly King, is considered a person of interest in the disappearances of several girls in MI. He later said Cindy's death had been driving him "crazy for 22 years".
King's sister, Konnie Beyma, said she has been in contact with detectives.
"We're losing years, either for people who witnessed it, or for the person who did it, to whatever - just anyone who knows anything that might connect it to", she told the station.
Dwyer said Ream isn't believed to have known any of the victims they are searching for. When that happens, he said, he will hold a news conference within three hours.