Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Police: Long Iceland remains are human

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Police stand near a spot where remains were found Monday in Nassau County on New York's Long Island.

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New York (CNN) - mining Monday on long Iceland, New York, were identified as person-be, the police said Tuesday.

The remains, along with a human skull Monday, also found were found as authorities investigate a suspected serial killer operating in the area. Police have not confirmed whether the latest remains with eight other sets of human remains found in Suffolk County, East of Nassau County are linked.

The skull was found on the edge of a bird sanctuary in the city of Oyster Bay. Nassau County Police Officer James Imperial said Tuesday that it has been established as a human being, along with the other remains positive. That were approximately four hours in the skull of the New York State police officer and his Cadaver Dog, a mile and a half away.

The findings came on the first day that authorities probe the death of several young women cleaned area for evidence. The other remains in Suffolk County, about five miles were found from the sides of the Monday's discoveries.

"It was very surprising, all of it has been," Lt. Kevin Smith of the Nassau County Police Department told reporters on Monday. "It's just incredible that we find these things are." "Of course we have a lot of work to do."

Investigators are working on the assumption that a single person for the deaths is responsible. The four victims so far identified all prostitution services on Web sites like craigslist announced, authorities said.

Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano "Collective, we want to bring this animal in court, which obviously took the lives of a number of people", said on Monday.

Authorities would not describe what kind of remains were found Monday, and Smith found the condition of the skull in the individual in the afternoon.

But police have said that the bodies were discovered in various stages of decomposition, including at least one, that as long as two years, had according to Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer.

The remains were four female body found filled in December in bushes along a quarter-mile Strip on the beach. Last week three corpses were discovered within a few miles of each other, leading to speculation that they might be the work of a serial killer. A woman's body was found March 29 off Ocean-Parkway, West of Cedar beach.

The missing woman, the authorities, the search-24-year-old Shannan Prefecture Gilbert--was asked to start but not identified.

Had added K-9 units and dive teams to the search process in an effort to find Gilbert, in may in the area of Gilgo Beach was last seen.

Gilbert sisters said Shannan was escort had visited a client. They said she ran from the House of the man and called 911, claims that someone is trying to violate it.

Several neighbors called 911 also, say evidence.

The police came more than 30 minutes later, but then Gilbert was over and has never heard of again.

"You want to believe that was all OK with it," said Sherre Gilbert. "But at the same time, so much time has passed, it is impossible to really think that she is still alive."

Sherre Gilbert, although her sister is never found, said the search led to a positive result: the discovery of other women's bodies.

Meanwhile, Tuesday said some residents of the area, that the grisly discoveries shaken have left it.

"It's just crazy,", Walter Arnold, 65, said this - together with his wife Dolores--brought five children in a House on long Iceland West Gilgo beach. "My wife fear is to come home for the first time." My daughter is terrified. "It is just terrible."

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