Police say this note was placed in a ziplock bag that also included a condom. They also say the DNA on the condom matches the DNA found on April Tinsley.
FBI Profiler Jennifer Eakin says writing experts believe that the killer may have the writing disorder known as disgraphia.
Authorities found this sex toy 20 feet from the crime scene.
The device is called a Ben Wa Squirmy Manual Crank, and investigators are looking for more information on the device.
April Marie Tinsley, 8, was abducted by an unknown suspect on April 1, 1988.
She was found three days later, raped and murdered, on the side of a rural Indiana road.
A disturbing threat was scrawled across a barn door in Fort Wayne, Ind., two years after April Tinsley was brutally killed. Cops believe the person responsible for April's murder is the same person who wrote this message.
Cops say this bedspread may be a key clue in identifying April's killer.
Included with the fourth and final note he left specifically for a young Fort Wayne girl to see, were pictures of the suspect himself lying on a blue-green, paisley-patterned bedspread.
In 2004, April Tinsley's killer left the first of four sick notes in the basket of this bicycle.
This is the killer's first known direct correspondence with anyone since he scrawled a note on the side of a barn in May 1990.
In each of his five known messages, he claimed responsibility for April Tinsley's murder.
In June 2004, the killer left this fourth and final known letter on a little girl's bicycle in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Though removal of many of the killer's explicit words was necessary, notice the double-underline markings at the bottom of the note.
This map shows the locations of all seven significant events surrounding April Tinsley's disappearance and murder.
Over the years, the killer carefully stayed within a distinctly unique geographical area.