IS A SERIAL KILLER TARGETING ONE WEALTHY SOUTH FLORIDA COMMUNITY,
OR WERE THREE UNUSUAL ATTACKS UNRELATED?
Jay Schadler Reports the Latest on "20/20," Friday, January 30 at 10:00 p.m., ET
Three women � each of whom drove a black SUV and each of whom had parked in the same area in Boca Raton, Florida on different days � were all abducted in their vehicles. Two of them ended up dead, and in one case, the woman's seven year old daughter was killed as well. Is this the work of a serial killer, and if so, why hasn't he struck again? Will new theories and allegations in the last few weeks lead to a breakthrough in the case? Jay Schadler's report air on "20/20," FRIDAY, JANUARY 30 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
The one survivor somehow managed to escape with her two-year-old son. She lives in fear that the man will track her down, but feels if she does not tell her story, someone else could die.
"I remember seeing people in cars passing me and just wondering how no one knows, you know, that this is happening to us," she said. "No one knows that I'm going to die today." She tells Schadler why she thinks she survived the horrific ordeal and why she believes the police didn't do enough to warn others of her August 2007 attack. Schadler also interviews police officers to get inside the investigation.
Plus: Growing up a dwarf, Will Graf was different from other little boys. That is until his parents brought a new member into the family � Max, a South Korean orphan, who is also a dwarf. "We were hoping that the two of them together would be stronger than either one apart," says John Graf, the boys' father. Bob Brown reports on one couple's unconventional plan to protect their child.
"20/20" is anchored by Elizabeth Vargas and John Stossel. David Sloan is executive producer.