MANSFIELD, OH (WOIO) - Drawings from accused serial killer Shawn Grate are being sold on collectible website Serial Killers Ink.
Grate is suspected of killing five women. Two bodies were found in his home after a woman who he allegedly abducted managed to call the police. That same day, Grate led police to another body, later identified as his ex-girlfriend Candice Cunningham.
Police say Grate also confessed to strangling Rebekah Leicy, whose body was found in March of 2015, and to killing an unidentified woman in 2005 or 2006.
The drawings, which are signed by Grate, are being sold for $50. They are currently sold out but will be restocked, according to the website.
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