Long Island Serial Killer Suspect Owned a Timeshare in Las Vegas, Where Police Are Looking at Unsolved Murders!
2023/07/24

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Authorities in New York have provided more information about the investigation into Rex Heuermann, who is believed to be the Long Island Serial Killer. After searching Heuermann's home, authorities have uncovered several firearms, leading them to expand their investigation to other states. Heuermann owned a timeshare in Las Vegas, where police are now examining unsolved murder cases for any possible connection to the suspect. Heuermann also has ties to towns in South Carolina and New Jersey.

Police are trying to connect the unsolved murders to Heuermann and are working to gather as much evidence as possible for a DNA match.

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Heuermann has been charged with the murder of three women and is considered a prime suspect in the death of another woman. All the victims were online escorts who went missing between 2007 and 2010. Investigators have discovered the remains of at least 10 people along Gilgo Beach, but not all of them are believed to be connected to the same killer.

Heuermann's alleged involvement in the murders was established through cell tower data, witness descriptions of his vehicle, and DNA found on the victims.

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Authorities have alleged that Heuermann committed the murders while his wife and children were out of state. His family was shocked and in disbelief following his arrest, but they are cooperating with the investigation.

Heuermann's wife has filed for divorce, and he is currently in jail. Despite his lack of prior arrests, authorities were able to piece together evidence to establish probable cause against him. The police commissioner expressed satisfaction at having removed Heuermann from the streets and making the community safer. Heuermann's arrest has shed light on his true identity to his family, who are currently staying in a hotel. The investigation is ongoing, and authorities are determined to gather more evidence to strengthen their case against Heuermann.

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