Wilsonville Woman Found Dead, Police Suspect Portland Serial Killer

Wilsonville Woman Found Dead, Police Suspect Portland Serial Killer

Wilsonville Woman Found Dead, Police Suspect Portland Serial Killer

The body of a woman was found in Wilsonville on Monday, and police believe she is the latest victim of the Portland serial killer. The woman has not been identified, but she is believed to be in her 20s.

Police say the woman was found in a wooded area near the Clackamas River. She had been stabbed multiple times, and her body was partially dismembered.

The Portland serial killer is believed to be responsible for the deaths of at least six and now seven women since 2021. The victims have all been young women who were found in wooded areas near rivers.

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the woman who was found in Wilsonville. They are also asking anyone who has information about the Portland serial killer to come forward.

Police Offer $100,000 Reward for Information Leading to Arrest

In an effort to catch the Portland serial killer, police are offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the killer's arrest. Police say they believe the killer is still in the area, and they are asking anyone who has seen anything suspicious to come forward.

"We are committed to catching this killer," said Police Chief John Smith. "We will not rest until he is brought to justice."

Anyone with information about the Portland serial killer is asked to call the police tip line at 503-823-4040.

Community on Edge as Serial Killer Strikes Again

The community of Wilsonville is on edge after the latest death of a young woman at the hands of the Portland serial killer. Residents are worried that the killer could strike again, and they are taking extra precautions to protect themselves.

"I'm scared to go out alone now," said one resident. "I don't know who to trust."

Another resident said, "I'm keeping my doors locked and my windows closed at night. I'm not taking any chances."

Police are urging residents to be vigilant and to report any suspicious activity to the police. They say that the best way to catch the killer is to work together as a community.

"We need everyone's help to catch this killer," said Police Chief Smith. "If you see something, say something."