FBI wraps up air search for remains

FBI officials concluded their search yesterday for new evidence and more possible remains near Ocean Parkway, but have not revealed if they found anything.FBI's Black

GILGO BEACH - FBI officials concluded their search yesterday for new evidence and more possible remains near Ocean Parkway, but have not revealed if they found anything.

FBI's Black Hawk helicopter hovered over Oak Beach and Cedar Beach throughout the day, taking high-resolution photographs of bushes and beach grass that could be hiding crucial clues.

Officials say it could take days for the photographs to be ready.

So far, 10 sets of human remains have been found along Ocean Parkway. Four of the remains have been identified as Craigslist prostitutes.

Suffolk police say they plan to continue their ground search tomorrow.

Rifkin: I have nothing to do with victims on Ocean ParkwayNassau, Suffolk get high-tech help from FBI in remains probeSuffolk PD dive team scours inlets near Gilgo Beach Medical examiner: Remains found at Jones Beach are humanCops: Human remains possibly found at 2 locations near Jones Beach

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