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"Craigslist killer" in Long Beach Iceland prostitute murders "Three More Sets Of Remains Found Near Oak Beach "

New York police continue their grisly search for more possible victims of a murderer of Craigslist 'after the discovery of four bodies in the last week.

Researchers scouring dense bush of the victims of a suspected serial murderer along a remote beach in New York had three games of the wreckage Monday, officials said, bringing the total number of bodies of eight. 
In December, the bodies of four women - Amber Lynn Costello, Megan Waterman, Maureen Brainard Barnes and Melissa Barthelemy - found on the north side of Ocean Parkway on Long Iceland.

All are believed to have traveled the country to assist clients ready for sex on the Craigslist Web site.

Three more bodies were discovered last week and again Monday, and police now have their search in the southern part of the extended road.

The remains were found during the police investigation were to disappear from Shannan Gilbert, who also organized missing after a trip to the region for a sexual encounter with a client on Craigslist.

The authorities should identify the four bodies found modified, however, react, although all have a Gilbert woman, and not previously suspected, but consider that the murders could be the work of a serial murderer is possible.

In an interview with the New York Post, Ms. Gilbert said Shere sister: "We have to find my sister out there somewhere," adding that "Of all the places we all think one thing I had to."

Search teams were reported to the fight against harsh weather and muddy field, how do your homework in the dark area 45 miles east of New York City continues.

Oak Beach, NY - Researchers scouring dense bush of the victims of a suspected serial murderer along a remote beach in New York, three other sets of remains Monday, authorities said, bringing the total number of bodies of eight .

The new remains were found next to a row last week on a road leading to the popular Jones Beach, about 45 miles east of the city of New York. The victim was not identified, and police have not positively related to the bodies of four prostitutes who are close in December.

Police are searching on foot and from above in helicopters and a fire truck bucket found the last three sets of remains, and to mark the bushes and evergreen trees infested crossed the barrier island south of Iceland Long said Police Commissioner of Suffolk County, Richard Dormer.

They also used cadaver dogs, police cadets, detectives and volunteer firefighters. A search was expected back on Tuesday.

The four dead were prostitutes in the area in December, are a tangle of 4 meters of algae through the scrub pines intermingled.

Megan Waterman, 22, of Scarborough, Maine; Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 28, of Norwich, Connecticut, the authorities have identified the four as Amber Lynn Costello, 27, originally from Wilmington, North Carolina Barthelemy and Melissa, 24, of Buffalo, NY

Police suspect a serial murderer, but so far no suspects.

It took more than a month to identify the four women found in December. The office of New York City Medical Examiner to assist Suffolk County officials to discuss the latest discovery.

Researchers in the area, about 7.5 miles, on several occasions since December. Dormer said the latest discovery of the remains are new investigators for clues to the murders of all victims.



The new remains were found next to a row last week on a road leading to the popular Jones Beach, about 45 miles east of the city of New York. The victim was not identified, and police have not positively related to the bodies of four prostitutes who are close in December.

Police are searching on foot and from above in helicopters and a fire truck bucket found the last three sets of remains, and to mark the bushes and evergreen trees infested crossed the barrier island south of Iceland Long said Police Commissioner of Suffolk County, Richard Dormer.

They also used cadaver dogs, police cadets, detectives and volunteer firefighters. A search was expected back on Tuesday.

The four dead were prostitutes in the area in December, are a tangle of 4 meters of algae through the scrub pines intermingled.

Megan Waterman, 22, of Scarborough, Maine; Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 28, of Norwich, Connecticut, the authorities have identified the four as Amber Lynn Costello, 27, originally from Wilmington, North Carolina Barthelemy and Melissa, 24, of Buffalo, NY

Police suspect a serial murderer, but so far no suspects.

It took more than a month to identify the four women found in December. The office of New York City Medical Examiner to assist Suffolk County officials to discuss the latest discovery.

Researchers in the area, about 7.5 miles, on several occasions since December. Dormer said the latest discovery of the remains are new investigators for clues to the murders of all victims.
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The forensic examination found that the body found last week is not the Shannan Gilbert, a Jersey City, was lost, New Jersey, a woman. Authorities and that the DNA samples were of his family, a comparison with the last "should be pretty fast," said Dormer.

Gilbert, 24, was first amended in Oak Beach see May 2010, after apparently meeting with a client who had booked through Craigslist. The bodies of four other women who worked as escorts and Craigslist were in their 20 years along the same road by the police for Gilbert found.

More recently, a mile to the east were found by the other four. The four women dead bodies were scattered about 500 yards away.

Gilbert had been a client at Oak Beach. A resident of the coastal city residential enclave has said authorities believed that a woman, Gilbert came to the door of their first wristwatch around 04.45 "I can, asking for help.

The man said that if he wanted to call the police, the woman fled.

Moments later, an unknown man in a sport utility vehicle drove past the house and said he was looking for women, but then withdrew. Neither the woman nor the man was seen by neighbors.

The client had been investigated with Gilbert, but is not believed to be a suspect in her disappearance.

"We still think Shannan Gilbert is in this area," said Dominick Varrone, Suffolk County chief of detectives, journalists, but did not respond.

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April 6, 2011 at 4:41 PM delete

they (killer) must be found and give a death to them....

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