No Shortage of Questions in Serial Killer Case » Beach Human Remains

In this Dec. 7, 2011 file photo, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer, center, updates the media during a news conference concerning personal belongings they found believed to have belonged to a missing woman, Shannan Gilbert, in Oak Beach, N.Y., not far from where the remains of 10 people have been found in the past year. As the first anniversary of the first discovery approaches on Dec. 11, law enforcement appears no closer to catching the serial killer, or killers. With Dormer are, from left, Suffolk County Deputy Chief Robert Cassagne, Chief Detective Dominic Varrone, Commanding Officer Special Patrol Bureau Stuart Cameron and Detective Lt. Gerard Pelkofsky. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek, File)

In this Dec. 7, 2011 file photo, Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer, center, updates the media during a news conference concerning personal belongings they found believed to have belonged to a missing woman, Shannan Gilbert, in Oak Beach, N.Y., not far from where the remains of 10 people have been found in the past year. As the first anniversary of the first discovery approaches on Dec. 11, law enforcement appears no closer to catching the serial killer, or killers. With Dormer are, from left, Suffolk County Deputy Chief Robert Cassagne, Chief Detective Dominic Varrone, Commanding Officer Special Patrol Bureau Stuart Cameron and Detective Lt. Gerard Pelkofsky. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek, File)

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