Police to continue body search along Robert Moses Causeway

Suffolk County and state police say they will resume the search for bodies along the South Shore tomorrow morning, this time honing in on the

WOODBURY - Suffolk County and state police say they will resume the search for bodies along the South Shore tomorrow morning, this time honing in on the area along the Robert Moses Causeway.

Authorities say the follow-up search comes as a result of the FBI's aerial photography of the Captree Island area.

The causeway will have just one lane open while the search is conducted.

The area has been the focus of a serial killer investigation since December, when the first of 10 sets of human remains were discovered off the Ocean Parkway.

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