Dogs brought in to search for 'Speed Freak' victims
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Today, investigators will bring in cadaver dogs from Santa Clara County to search the property where a pair of serial killers are believed to have buried as many as a dozen victims.
Investigators say they just about finished up a massive dig at the first site identified by convicted killer Wesley Shermantine. About 1,000 bone fragments have been found there.
Officials are now trying to pinpoint the exact location of a second well. That's where they believe they'll find the remains of more victims of Shermantine and Loren Herzog. Shermantine led investigators to the first well after a bounty hunter paid him $33,000 for the information. Herzog killed himself last month.
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