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(CNN) -- Hoping to solve numerous cold cases, authorities on Thursday released more than a hundred photos of unidentified women and children found in a storage unit that belonged to a serial killer who appeared on "The Dating Game." Investigators are trying to determine if some of the people in the pictures were victims of Rodney Alcala, 66, who was convicted in February of murdering a child and four women between November 1977 and June 1979.A jury this week recommended a death sentence for Alcala, who appeared on the popular dating show in 1978 as Bachelor No. "We balanced the privacy concerns of those depicted in the decision to release these pictures," Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said in a statement."The idea is to figure out if these are other victims that belong to other cold cases and if they are we can hopefully bring some closure to these victims' families," she said. Alcala used his photography as a ruse to get close to his victims." Authorities already believe that Alcala may be responsible for deaths in New York, Schroeder said. After serving a 34-month sentence, he was released.In November 1977, Alcala raped, sodomized and murdered Jill Barcomb, an 18-year-old New Yorker who had recently moved to California, the district attorney said.
"Between takes you might find him skydiving or motor-cycling. "Night time." Mills, who was the center bachelor, said he had an almost immediate aversion to Alcala.
"He was very obnoxious and creepy -- he became very unlikable and rude and imposing as though he was trying to intimidate. In June 1979, he raped and killed 21-year-old Jill Parenteau in her Burbank apartment, the district attorney said.
"The defendant strangled the victim to death using a cord or nylon.
He is hoping to convince the jury to spare his life.
The crimes he committed date back to the late 1970s.
Nobody at the time knew the man with the wavy long hair and toothy grin was a psychopath.