Police to begin new search for remains on Ocean Parkway

Police are preparing to return to Ocean Parkway Monday to begin a new search following the discovery of a fifth set of human remains. The

GILGO BEACH - Police are preparing to return to Ocean Parkway Monday to begin a new search following the discovery of a fifth set of human remains. The skeletal remains were found this week not far from Gilgo Beach, where the bodies of four Cragislist prostitutes were discovered last December. Police say the remains that were found Tuesday don't belong to Shannan Gilbert, a New Jersey prostitute who went missing last May. According to investigators, Gilbert was last seen leaving the Oak Beach home of her client, Joseph Brewer, screaming. Brewer, of West Islip, has been questioned, but he's not a suspect.The medical examiner is currently trying to determine who the fifth victim is. The latest discovery of human remains has put the surrounding community on edge. Neighbors say they are wondering whether there are more victims out there.Police: Remains found near Gilgo Beach are not missing NJ womanPolice: Remains found at Gilgo Beach are human

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