ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - FBI agents have identified the woman pictured in a fake ID found in convicted sex torturer and self proclaimed serial killer, David Parker Ray's possession.
The Texas woman contacted agents confirming that the pictured woman was indeed her and said she did lose her identification years ago, but she did not remember where she had lost it.
The woman went on to say that she was not a victim of Ray.
Ray was arrested in 1999 after Cynthia Vigil Jaramillo escaped from his "Toy Box" of horror wearing nothing but a dog collar and chain.
Ray died in prison in 2002 while serving a 223 year sentence for kidnapping and torturing two women.
While Ray is said to have bragged about killing several woman no human remains have ever been found.
Officials recently released hundred of photographs of items found amongst Ray's possessions in hopes that it would provide new leads into the case.
Anyone with information on Ray or possible victims is asked to contact FBI Albuquerque at (505) 889-1300.
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