A serial killer who murdered 90 women across the US has drawn sketches of 10 of his victims.
Samuel Little, who could be America's most prolific serial killer, is currently serving life for three murders but has confessed to killing dozens more between 1970 and 2005.
He is now 78 and expected to die in prison in Texas.
According to the FBI, Little "remembers his victims and the killings in great detail" but is "less reliable, however, when it comes to remembering dates".
In February, officers released a batch of sketches drawn by Little in the hope of identifying some of his victims.
He has since drawn a further 10 images of women he says he killed.
The FBI said previously the sketches were based on his memories of some of his victims.
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Little could be the worst serial killer in US history, although only a handful of his confessions have so far been matched to victims by police.