DENVER, Colo. (KRQE) - A Denver news station is reporting Scott Lee Kimball said he is being investigated for the murders of 11 women, whose bodies were found buried on the West Mesa in Albuquerque in February 2009.
Kimball is locked up in Colorado -- convicted in the deaths of three women and his uncle.
His cousin, Ed Coet, said Kimball wrote him a letter this week, saying investigators think he is the West Mesa killer. Kimball denies involvement.
Coet said his cousin traveled through Albuquerque as part of his cattle business. Kimball was out of prison during the time the West Mesa victims were murdered.
Fox 31 in Denver reported that Kimball was re-arrested in 2006, roughly the same time the killings stopped.
APD said they have no named suspects in the case.
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