Winnipeg trial hears victims’ clothing, DNA found in serial killer’s apartment

By The Canadian Press WINNIPEG, MAN-The trial of serial killer Jeremy Skibicki heard Thursday that police found physical evidence of the victims in his Winnipeg apartment, including jewelry, clothing, DNA and a bloodstained bathtub. Const. Jan de Vries, who was part of the police search team, testified they found bloodstains in Skibicki’s bathroom belonging to one of the victims, Rebecca Contois. Some stains were visible while others were found using a spray that makes stains fluorescent when used with a black light, he said. “The bathtub was very fluorescent,” said de Vries. “So was the floor, the walls and on the exterior side of the door.” He said the bloodstains found in the bathtub covered the entire area, which had likely been emptied and rinsed at some point. Skibicki is…

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