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Virginia Real Estate Agents Warned; Calls made to show houses in remote locations at night only

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posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 06:38 PM
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Someone is making calls to female agents asking to be shown homes in remote locations, that they don't cover, at night only.


(Rapist or murderer?)



The Virginia Association of Realtors is warning real estate agents of a person who is persistently calling female agents to show them properties in remote places, at night, or in areas they don’t generally cover.

The VAR says the man has called several female Realtors in central and southern Virginia multiple times over the past week, requesting that they show him homes.

Agents report that the man refuses to meet them during the day, in public locations, or at their offices. The caller is reportedly very persistent.



So far agents have refusing this creep's requests, but I fear for the day when someone says yes, not thinking, being in a rush, what have you. I REALLY hope they get this monster before something serious happens. I was able to get proof of my ex MIL stalking me in the first year of marriage from the phone company, unless he's using a burner phone, they HAVE to be able to get a phone number somehow from where he's calling from.






posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 06:41 PM
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Okay. Now set up a sting and get this SOB.



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 06:46 PM
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originally posted by: kosmicjack
Okay. Now set up a sting and get this SOB.




Completely agree. Apparently there's an unsolved murder of a real estate agent IN Virginia. Makes you wonder if the person is back, or if it's someone new????



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 07:01 PM
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...unsolved real estate agent murder in Des Moines, Iowa recently
It was big news there

$67k reward
I wonder if this is related?

They don't have much for leads.



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 07:11 PM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

Surely it would be possible to do a geographical profile on the subject, based on the locations he called to, and the suggested places he wanted to meet at?

I would have thought that the best thing to do about this would be to get the FBI to do just that. They have bods who specialise in that sort of thing, or so I hear.



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 07:28 PM
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originally posted by: Mandroid7
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...unsolved real estate agent murder in Des Moines, Iowa recently
It was big news there

$67k reward
I wonder if this is related?

They don't have much for leads.



A website about the has some murders, kidnappings, etc... about real estate agents.

The dangers real state agents face

This is just 8 yrs of accumulation. Imagine 15 more and let's add the robbery, rapes, etc....

According to an article in Mortgage News Daily, few statistics are available on the number of real estate agents who have been murdered: “One source states that 206 agents were murdered on the job between 1982 and 2000. This does not even touch on the number of agents who were the victims of sexual assault, non-fatal shootings, beatings, and stabbings, robbery, and car-jacking.”


I can't find a link, but I remember one case of a real estate agent that was raped at gunpoint, she was forced to do oral copulation, she saved her rapists semen, and when he turned a minute, spit it onto the carpet to get his DNA. It was how they were able to arrest him and throw his creep butt in jail! Excellent thinking on her part in a time of crisis. Not many would have the wherewithal.

Another one that sticks in my mind because I saw it on Forensic Files on A&E.
Forensic Files

They originally though it was a cable repairman who found the bodies in their truck, until the murderer's own mother turned her son in.

Attacks against real estate agents are on the rise



In 2010, 940 real estate and rental leasing professionals were victims of nonfatal assaults. That number has steadily risen over the last few years, up from 620 in 2009 and 170 in 2008.

Inman News, in its analysis of the findings, discovered that workplace fatalities among real estate professionals were at their lowest point during 2005, the height of the housing boom. In 2005, 39 fatalities were recorded. The number has been on the rise ever since, particularly in the categories of “assaults and violent acts” caused by others, self-inflicted injury, and animal attacks.



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 07:31 PM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Anyafaj

Surely it would be possible to do a geographical profile on the subject, based on the locations he called to, and the suggested places he wanted to meet at?

I would have thought that the best thing to do about this would be to get the FBI to do just that. They have bods who specialise in that sort of thing, or so I hear.



I would hope they can profile the guy, but also too, some county police REALLY hate to bring FBI in because then, it essentially turns into a pi**ing war over who has the bigger junk, and if the guy is captured, and he has committed crimes in the past (such as a serial killer, or serial rapist), who gets the credit. It's incredibly stupid, but some, not all counties can operate this way. I've lived in one city that was this way.



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 08:12 PM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

Not kicking this up the chain will mean that the very real possibility that similar activity reported in other States will not be connected at the official level.

The article states that the caller asked to be shown properties in out of the way locations, or locations which were not covered by the usual area of operations for the realtors concerned. If any of those locations were technically over a state line, or near to one, then the police would be remiss in not booting this one up the food chain, territorial phallus waving contest be damned!

Criminally insane persons know all about the jurisdictional elements of law enforcement, and utilise this weakness to avoid detection for massive periods, relying on the weakness of avaricious glory hound state detectives, to keep the feebs off their backs for long enough to get their claws into more victims.



posted on Feb, 4 2015 @ 08:21 PM
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originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: Anyafaj

Not kicking this up the chain will mean that the very real possibility that similar activity reported in other States will not be connected at the official level.

The article states that the caller asked to be shown properties in out of the way locations, or locations which were not covered by the usual area of operations for the realtors concerned. If any of those locations were technically over a state line, or near to one, then the police would be remiss in not booting this one up the food chain, territorial phallus waving contest be damned!

Criminally insane persons know all about the jurisdictional elements of law enforcement, and utilise this weakness to avoid detection for massive periods, relying on the weakness of avaricious glory hound state detectives, to keep the feebs off their backs for long enough to get their claws into more victims.



I couldn't agree with you more. Unfortunately these idiots some of the idiots are so busy measuring, they forget they can rely on each other to solve crimes. Especially since there's already one unsolved that I know of in VA of a real estate agent, who's to say this isn't the same creep come back to the area to kill again?



posted on Feb, 5 2015 @ 03:54 AM
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a reply to: Anyafaj

we had a case here in England that has never been solved .

Susan Lampu ( not sure about the spelling of this name )

in my opinion no estate agent should meet a client alone be it be male or female , we live in a truly sick world .



posted on Feb, 5 2015 @ 04:11 AM
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a reply to: tom.farnhill

i have just checked and the name is Suzy Lamplugh .



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