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More Victims? Mollie Tibbetts Suspected Killer Terrorized Other Women Before Jogger’s Murder

Mollie Tibbetts Killer More Victims
Source: Iowa Department of Public Safety/Instagram

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:47 a.m. ET

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The man who confessed to killing Mollie Tibbetts allegedly terrorized other Brooklyn, Iowa women before murdering the young jogger, can exclusively report.

Brooklyn resident Justin — who lives in a mobile home community just miles from the cornfields where Tibbetts’ body was discovered this week— told in an exclusive interview that he believes Cristhian Rivera followed his fiancée in his black car.

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““He followed my girlfriend twice – in the same exact black Malibu,” Justin told from his Iowa home. “I remember her calling me when she noticed how slow he was driving by in circles, turning around the block to keep up with her several times on her walk home.”

“I vividly remember one day, it was around sunset or just after, my fiancée called because she was scared – she was coming home from getting groceries and he drove past her about six times. When she got home, he kept driving around.”

“Now it’s really strange because of how long he’s been driving around like that. It makes you wonder if Mollie was his only victim.”

As reported, Rivera, a 24-year-old illegal immigrant who worked at a local farm, told cops he followed Tibbetts, 20, in his car on her evening jog on July 18. He said he then “blocked” his “memory,” and next remembered driving around with her body in the trunk of his car.

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He said he dumped her body face-up in the field and covered her with leaves.

Rivera has been charged with first-degree murder in the case, and remains in jail on $1,000,000 bond.

He has not confessed to any other crimes.

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