More human remains found on Long Island beach where bodies have been turning up.
Long Island police have discovered more remains they believe to be human in an area where several other bodies have been found.
Authorities continue to search for a serial killer, believed to now be responsible for up to ten murders.
The remains were found Monday near Jones Beach in southern Long Island, this time in Nassau County.
An intense search was already underway in the area.
It began last December in the case of a missing woman, Shannan Gilbert.
She still hasn't been found.
The search has developed into a murder mystery growing more gruesome by the day.
Investigators and dog teams scouring Jones Beach State Park on Monday found what they believe are two sets of remains.
Eight sets of human remains had already been found in nearby Suffolk county.
Reports suggest the suspect may be someone with connections to law enforcement.
Police and park visitors are growing more concerned.
The remains found Monday were sent to the nassau county medical examiner for further analysis.