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Shocking details into Boca mall murders

Boca Raton Police Department set up a Myspace page specifically for the Bochicchio case. Boca Raton Police Department set up a Myspace page specifically for the Bochicchio case.
"This is a serial killer. "Don't let your guard down until we catch this guy," says John Walsh. "This is a serial killer. "Don't let your guard down until we catch this guy," says John Walsh.

We're finding out Nancy Bochicchio called 9-1-1 before she and her daughter were killed. Fox's America's Most Wanted is back in town to try and help catch the guy they're now calling a serial killer.

America's Most Wanted is back in town to re-enact the murders linked to the Town Center Mall and using words we have not heard before. "This is a serial killer. "Don't let your guard down until we catch this guy," says Walsh.

And with Palm Beach County's Sheriff by his side, host John Walsh drops a bombshell. Nancy Bochicchio made a 9-1-1 call on her cell phone before she and her daughter were shot to death.

Dispatchers tried to return the call but were unable to reconnect with her.

Walsh thinks that's why the two were shot. "It's not just about the money. It's about controlling women."

Walsh thinks the other woman, Randi Gorenberg, was shot when she tried to get away. She was last seen alive leaving the Town Center Mall in March. And, then, there was the mother with her 2-year-old son who did get away alive back in August. She is the reason America's Most Wanted is releasing a new sketch of the killer. "She, during that whole hour and a half observed lots of things about this creep."

The sheriff stopped short of calling this a serial killer, but Boca's police chief did confirm Nancy Bochicchio made a 9-1-1 call during her ordeal.

America's Most Wanted will feature all three Boca mall cases during its February 16 episode.

Meanwhile, the Boca Raton Police Department set up a Myspace page specifically for the Bochicchio case. Police wanted to create one central location for people to find the latest on the investigation and to help generate more leads.

There is a $350,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

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