|For Immediate Release
Case # C-42861
March 19, 2010
|Susan Kang Schroeder
Public Affairs Counsel
OVER 100 PHOTOGRAPHS OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN TAKEN BY RODNEY ALCALA NOW AVAILABLE ON THE ORANGE COUNTY DISTRICT ATTORNEY WEBSITE
SANTA ANA – Over 100 photographs of women and children that were taken by Rodney Alcala found in his Seattle storage unit in 1979 are now available on the homepage of the Orange County District Attorney’s (OCDA) website at www.orangecountyda.com.
On March 11, 2010, the photographs were made available to the media by the Huntington Beach Police Department and the OCDA.
Anyone with information regarding the identities of the women and children in the photographs is asked to contact Sergeant Smith at (714) 536-5947 or Detective Ellis at (714) 536-5971 with the Huntington Beach Police Department or Supervising District Attorney Investigator Ed Berakovich at (714) 347-8492.
For additional information on the Alcala case, please visit www.orangecountyda.com and select under Press Releases/Media Advisories the March 9, 2010, press release entitled “Jury Recommends Death Penalty for Serial Murderer Convicted of Kidnapping-Murder of 12-Year-Old Orange County Girl and Sexual Assault Murders of Four Los Angeles Women.”