Spota: Gilgo Beach may have been used as a dumping ground

CEDAR BEACH - ? Investigators say they are on the hunt for at least three killers in the beach bodies case. The remains of two women found in the Gilgo Beach area are linked to bodies found in Manorville almost 10 years ago. Police say they are almost certain that whoever killed the women did not kill the four prostitutes found at Gilgo Beach late last year. Cops identified another set of remains as an Asian male. Investigators say there is no connection to other cases in his death.

A final set of remains found in Suffolk have been identified as a 2-year-old girl. Investigators believe the girl is not connected to any of the other victims dumped nearby. Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota says the area in and around Gilgo Beach might have been used as a dumping ground for years.

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