Police release sketch of third Ocean Pkwy. victim

Suffolk police have released a composite sketch they say is of one of the victims found during the search along the Ocean Parkway last year.The

WOODBURY - Suffolk police have released a composite sketch they say is of one of the victims found during the search along the Ocean Parkway last year.

The victim, a female, was one of the 10 sets of human remains found along the ocean beaches.

Officials say the victim's legs had previously been discovered along Blue Point Beach on Fire Island in 1996.

DNA evidence was used to link the legs with that of the woman's skull, according to investigators.

Police say that so far they have only identified five of the sets of remains found along the beach.

Officials previously released sketches of two other victims, one believed to be an 18 to 35-year-old white female and the other a 17 to 23-year-old Asian male.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.

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