This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," Sept. 8, 2004, that has been edited for clarity.
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GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Now to a murder mystery in Kansas City, six people found murdered in an 18-block radius. Is one person to blame? Joining us on the phone from Kansas City is Captain Rich Lockhard with the Kansas City Police Department.
Captain, first of all, has your department concluded one person is responsible for these six murders?
CAPT. RICH LOCKHARD, KANSAS CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT: That's what we believe, Greta, is that one person is responsible for all of these deaths.
VAN SUSTEREN: What can we do? What are you looking for? What kind of tips do you want called in?
LOCKHART: What we're asking for is we still have two bodies that have not been identified and so, if anyone has missing relatives or friends that they think might be in this area, we're asking them to call us on a hotline number that we have set up.
VAN SUSTEREN: Are you able to tell due to the condition of the remains whether these are men or women?
LOCKHART: Well, we have four bodies that we've identified, two we have not been able to and we've called in a forensic anthropologist to help us with that examination and we hope by the end of next week to have an approximate age, height, weight and sex of those skeletal remains.
VAN SUSTEREN: All right. There were two anonymous calls on two consecutive days leading you to bodies, so naturally the assumption is, is that the person either did this or knows who did commit these murders. Have you had any other contact with this anonymous caller to 911 telling you where the bodies were?
LOCKHART: We have not had any contact since Saturday night with that caller and we certainly would like to hear from that person again and look forward to being able to discuss whatever that person has to tell us.
VAN SUSTEREN: All right, and the phone number we have on the screen. If that person who placed that 911 call wants to call, 816-784-9070. Is that where the person should call?
LOCKHART: We're actually asking that person to contact us the same way that they contacted us last Friday and Saturday night.
VAN SUSTEREN: All right, captain thank you very much and hopefully we can solve this six murders in your city. Thank you, sir.
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