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2 Human Arms, Leg Found At Park As Police Begins Investigation

Micheal Chukwuebuka, Reporting

TWO human arms and a human leg were found at a park on Long Island, New York, on Thursday morning.

Suffolk County police said in a news release that a student was walking to school in the Long Island town of Babylon around 8:40 a.m. when she discovered a severed left arm at the eastern end of Southards Park Pond, which is off Siegel Boulevard.

The student then called her father, who went to the park before he called 911.

A cadaver dog also found a leg in a pile of leaves on the western side of the park, according to the police.

Stonix News learnt that the dog, after sniffing around the east side of the park, then found a right arm about 20 feet away from where the left arm had been discovered.

Our source, NBC News, New York, reported that the leg was found about a mile away from the left arm and not far from an elementary school.

In a letter to parents, the superintendent of the Babylon Unified School District said students were kept inside for recess while police investigated the crime scene.

Mental health resources were also available to students at all grade levels who needed support.

Police said the remains found on the east end of the park, both arms, appear to be male.

According to NBC News, the limbs appeared to have been discarded recently.

Police hope to identify the body parts using DNA and by examining tattoos.

Police did not rule out the possibility that the incident could be gang-related, the station reported.

Police also declined to say whether all of the body parts are believed to be from the same person or how that person might have died.

Investigations on how they ended up there, as of the time of filing this report, is underway.

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