Investigators say they believe a single serial killer is responsible for all ten murders and that the suspect may be from Long Island.
The latest act of vandalism comes in the wake of last week’s bias incidents on Ocean Parkway.
At least three cars were torched and dozens of pieces of anti-Semitic graffiti were plastered along benches along Ocean Parkway between Avenues I and J early Friday morning.
Police investigating the discovery of 10 sets of human remains along Ocean Parkway on Long Island are using a new tool – law enforcement websites.
“Somebody out there loves them and somebody out there is missing them. So, hopefully it could put a little bit of a closure,” says forensic artist Danielle Gruttadaurio.
Investigators say nothing was found in their latest search for possible remains on a barrier island south of New York’s Long Island.
State Police say results of FBI aerial surveillance photography conducted in April are prompting a return to the area on Tuesday.
Police say an 86-year-old Brooklyn woman was killed after apparently falling out of her 10th floor apartment window.
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.
Search dogs, along with their trainer officers, have spent months along Long Island’s Ocean Parkway looking for human remains.
State police say they will begin searching the southern Wantagh State Parkway from Merrick Road to Ocean Parkway beginning at 9 a.m. on Monday.
The ongoing hunt for a suspected serial killer on Long Island has people captivated and everybody talking.
The state medical examiner is conducting forensic tests on a human skull found at Jones Beach yesterday, while local and state police say no new discoveries have been made in the area.
The remains discovered Monday by investigators looking for more possible victims of a serial killer at Jones Beach State Park are likely human, WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell said citing a report from Newsday.
While investigators scour miles of desolate New York beachfront, dozens of detectives are inspecting credit card receipts, telephone records, and old traffic tickets in the hunt for a possible serial killer.