NY search for bodies set to expand in coming days

(AP) - The search for additional victims of apossible serial killer is expected to expand west of the SuffolkCounty border in coming days.A Nassau County

OAK BEACH, N.Y. - (AP) - The search for additional victims of apossible serial killer is expected to expand west of the SuffolkCounty border in coming days.

A Nassau County police spokesman says his department will becoordinating a wider search of Ocean Parkway with State Police andSuffolk County officers.

Suffolk has been conducting a massive search including policeacademy cadets, cadaver dogs, volunteer firefighters along a 7-milestretch where eight bodies have been found in recent months.

Detectives suspect a serial killer may be responsible. Thebodies of four missing prostitutes were found in December. Fourmore unidentified bodies have been found in the last 10 days. All were found within a 2.5 mile area.

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