ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The FBI has released a timeline detailing the travels of an Alaska man who killed himself Sunday after confessing to the murders of at least eight people across the country, including an 18-year-old barista who was abducted from an Anchorage coffee stand in February.
Authorities believe Israel Keyes, 34, may have had even more victims.
The timeline shows Keyes, who had lived in Anchorage since 2007, traveled extensively throughout the United States over the past several years, and also entered Mexico and Canada. He had a pattern of landing in one location, then driving long distances, so most of the locations are grouped by regions.
The FBI said the timeline is based on Keyes’ financial and travel records.
— Oct. 5, 2004, to Oct. 16, 2004: Eastern U.S.
— April 20, 2005, to April 25, 2005: Washington state, Canada’s British Columbia
— May 10, 2006, to May 15, 2006: Western U.S.
— Sept. 1, 2006, to Sept. 7, 2006: Alaska
— Oct. 21, 2006, to Oct. 23, 2006: Western U.S., Mexico
— Nov. 8, 2006, to Nov. 16, 2006: Alaska
— Feb. 5, 2007, to Feb. 8, 2007: Southwest U.S.
— March 1, 2007, to March 9, 2007: Washington, Canada (drove to Alaska)
— April 24, 2007, to May 4, 2007: Western U.S., Mexico
— Aug. 26, 2007, to Sept. 6, 2007: Western U.S.
— Oct. 29, 2007, to Nov. 2, 2007: Western U.S.
— Nov. 12, 2007, to Nov. 13, 2007: Western U.S.
— Dec. 4, 2007, to Dec. 17, 2007: Midwest U.S. and Western U.S.
— Jan. 5, 2008, to Jan. 8, 2008: Western U.S.
— Jan. 28, 2008, to Feb. 15, 2008: Southern U.S. and Western U.S.
— May 11, 2008 to May 17, 2008: Western U.S.
— July 3, 2008, to July 7, 2008: Western U.S.
— Sept. 16, 2008, to Sept. 24, 2008: Western U.S.
— Oct. 24, 2008, to Nov. 5, 2008: Southwest U.S., Midwest U.S. and Western U.S.
— Dec, 5, 2008, to Dec. 7, 2008: Hawaii
— Dec. 11, 2008, to Dec. 25, 2008: Mexico
— Feb. 23, 2009, to Feb. 27, 2009: Western U.S.
— April 1, 2009, to April 14, 2009: Eastern U.S., Western U.S.
— Sept. 11, 2009, to Oct. 3, 2009: Southern U.S.
— Dec. 17, 2009, to Dec. 29, 2009: Southern U.S.
— Jan. 11, 2010, to Feb. 25, 2010: Western U.S.
— March 1, 2010, to March 10, 2010: Western U.S.
— April 24, 2010, to April 30, 2010: Western U.S.
— May 19, 2010, to July 18, 2010: Midwest U.S. and Western U.S.
— July 18, 2010, to July 22, 2010: Southwest U.S.
— Oct. 15, 2010, to Oct. 25, 2010: Midwest U.S., Eastern U.S.
— June 2, 2011, to June 16, 2011: Midwest U.S., Eastern U.S.
— Sept. 15, 2011, to Sept. 25, 2011: Western U.S.
— Feb. 2, 2017, to Feb. 18, 2012: Southern U.S.
— March 6, 2012, to March 13, 2012: Southwestern and Southern U.S.
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