Forensic experts try to ID most recent remains found on South Shore

Forensic experts say they are still trying to identify the most recent remains found on the South Shore.Officials say it is unclear if bones found

OCEAN PARKWAY - Forensic experts say they are still trying to identify the most recent remains found on the South Shore.

Officials say it is unclear if bones found in several locations are from the same victims or different people, according to Newsday.

Experts are now taking extra samples to make sure DNA from several victims is not combined. This is delaying the results.

Investigators believe the most recent remains were left there before four prostitutes were killed and dumped along Ocean Parkway.

Cops wrap up search of Robert Moses Causeway in beach bodies case

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