Arrest in Gilgo Beach killings isn't end of investigation, police say. Other deaths remain unsolved


MASSAPEQUA PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Detectives on Long Island are hunting for fresh clues about an architect arrested in connection with a string of slayings known as the Gilgo Beach killings. They're combing through storage units linked to Rex Heuermann and using DNA evidence to see if he's connected to other cold cases.

The ongoing work Monday marks an important new phase in a multi-agency investigation that — after years of dead ends and frustrations — led prosecutors to charge Heuermann with murder last Friday in the deaths of three of the 11 women whose remains were found buried along a...

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