Death – Obituaries : (MARKET NEWS) : New Evidence has emerged on the Gilgo Beach murders as new techniques has been deployed to enhance police investigation.
After years of digging, New York authorities probing the murders of at least eight women whose remains were dumped along a deserted stretch of highway near Long Island’s Gilgo Beach shared on Thursday a single piece of evidence with the public: a photo of a belt that may have belonged to the killer.
Police Commissioner Geraldine Hart, Chief of Department Stuart Cameron, District Attorney Timothy Sini and other Suffolk County law enforcement officials will also discuss a new initiative to share information about the investigation with the public, police said in a news release Wednesday.
NEW: 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. https://t.co/g4yHPc0Ajj
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) January 16, 2020
Belt recovered from one of the crime scenes of the Gilgo Beach Murders, just released by Suffolk County. The hope is someone will recognize the item—and the initials—which could lead to a killer. #gilgo pic.twitter.com/M9UF5tT1ib
— Billy Jensen (@Billyjensen) January 16, 2020