FBI Profilers Joining Long Island Beach Bodies Case

BABYLON, NY (WCBS 880) – Investigators who helped catch serial killer Joel Rifkin have been brought in to assist in the case of four dead women found in Suffolk County.

WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reports

They’re also preparing to bring in FBI specialists to help develop a profile of the killer.

In the meantime, as Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer has said, identifying the victims is critical.

“We are looking at every missing person case in Suffolk County and surrounding communities. We’re looking at that as we speak,” says Dormer.

The commissioner says who the victims are and how they died are critical to solving this case.


One Comment

  1. Rich Nolan says:

    My guess, completely amatuer of course is that this is a white mail, between 24-30. He is a menial worker, a mechanic/tow truck driver or delivery man who works or lives within the area. He wants to drive by the drop spot to relive his kills. He probably sexually assaulted the victims post mortem and he has a history of sexual violence. He might live with a submissive partner or a family member, he wont have a lot of friends. He will drive a red or blue van or pickup truck, depending on his vocation. HE completed high school, no military, no higher education though he has a slightly elevated IQ. If there are tip lines, he will phone in semi-false tips, with some realistic info but nothing concrete.

    Again… amatuer opinion.

  2. gil stevens says:

    hello ,i was marys escort at clinton correctional facilty last week when she did a story on joel rifkin….has that aired?if so could you email me the link it would be interesting to see the end result of her interview,thank you C.O. gil stevens

  3. Michael H. says:

    Can’t wait to see this on an episode of Criminal Minds next season.

    1. Walter Conkite says:

      no the next season of dexter

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