Police in Macomb Township are combing a wooded area where the bodies of up to six other girls may be buried. They now have evidence that may connect convicted killer Arthur Ream to the disappearance of the girls which may date back as far as 1979.

Ream was convicted in the 1986 death of Cyndi Zarzycki after she disappeared from a Dairy Queen in Eastpointe. WDIV reports that law enforcement officials have evidence that Ream may also have connections with the 1979 disappearance of Kimberly King from Warren. King was 12 years old at the time of disappearance.

The Warren Police Department, the Macomb County Sheriff's Office, and the FBI began poring through a large wooded area where Zarzycki was found.

Ream is currently serving a life sentence at Michigan's Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Facility in Muskegon Heights.

The second video below provides a chilling look at the convicted killer, as he confessed to the murder of Zarzycki in 2009.