Police Set to Reveal New Evidence in Gilgo Beach Serial Killer Murders squib


New York authorities on Thursday will reveal a “previously undisclosed piece of evidence” in the long-unsolved murders of at least eight women whose remains were dumped along a deserted stretch of highway near Gilgo Beach on Long Island.

Suffolk County Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart said the evidence was discovered after a new “scientific technique” was employed in the case long believed to be the work of one or more serial killers, according to a news release.

On Dec. 11, 2010, a Suffolk police officer and cadaver dog were conducting a routine search for a missing New Jersey prostitute, Shannan Gilbert, who had gone missing after fleeing the home of a client—and instead found the body of a different woman in Gilgo Beach. 

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