Ten sets of human remains have been found along Ocean Parkway in Long Island since four bodies were discovered last December. But even today there are no new leads and no suspects.
Suffolk County Crime Stoppers has increased the reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the deaths of eight people whose bodies were found along Ocean Parkway.
Ten sets of human remains have been discovered along Ocean Parkway since December, including the bodies of Maureen Barnes, Melissa Barthemay, Megan Waterman and Amber Lynn Costello.
Investigators say nothing was found in their latest search for possible remains on a barrier island south of New York’s Long Island.
East Hampton Town Police Chief Ed Ecker said the body was missing some body parts and may have been in the Atlantic Ocean since the winter, or longer. He did not know the body’s gender. He said he hoped to have autopsy results Tuesday.
Authorities on Long Island suspect a serial killer may be responsible for the deaths of four prostitutes found in December dumped just steps from an isolated beach highway.
A prosecutor says human remains that have been found along Ocean Parkway — including the head of a prostitute missing since 2003 — are the work of as many as 3 killers.
The FBI spent Friday searching near Ocean Parkway on Long Island for more bones and clues leading to a possible serial killer.
On Long Island investigators hope to be getting closer to finding the serial killer who dumped eight bodies in Suffolk County.
The intense search for bodies along the Suffolk County’s South Shore was winding down Thursday, as Nassau County and state police said they will pick up the trail next week, moving west to Jones Beach.
There was a flurry of activity near Gilgo Beach along the Ocean Parkway on Wednesday in the investigation into a possible serial killer after eight bodies were discovered in the area since December.
Investigators expanded their search Tuesday of a remote, densely overgrown stretch of a Long Island barrier island as they searched for more victims of a possible serial killer.
Suffolk County police discovered three more sets of human remains Monday after launching a major search along Ocean Parkway as part of their investigation into a possible serial killer.
Locals from Oak Beach complain property values are plummeting after officials found five bodies in the area and announced that a possible serial killer is on the loose.
The search continues for a missing 24-year-old New Jersey woman after police determined the remains found off Ocean Parkway Tuesday are not those of Shannan Gilbert.