Confessed serial killer Samuel Little drew portraits of 16 of his victims while incarcerated and the FBI is using them to identify them.
The FBI released the portraits in the hope of getting tips that may help identify the women who were murdered and to close out the old cases.
Little first began his confession spree last May where he admitted to killing 93 people over a period of 35 years beginning in 1970.
Since then, authorities have tried to link old unsolved murders to the details he gave and have so far linked 36 cases to Little.
The FBI is asking that anyone with information about the victims to call or email analysts at the bureau’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program at (800) 634-4097.