A woman discovered a gruesome crime scene on Long Island on Thursday with a severed limb, prompting the police to launch an investigation. The investigator found even more body parts during the subsequent inquiry.

Two severed body parts were discovered in a park in Babylon, New York, on Thursday and Friday, including a head, leg and arm belonging to a man and woman. According to investigators, the victims were found in a location near an overpass and railroad tracks.

At around 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, a left arm was found on the east side of Southards Pond Park by a high school student walking to school. When the student discovered the accident, she called her father, who responded to the situation and called 911.

On the east side of the park, a right arm was also found, approximately 20 feet from where the girl had discovered her left arm, according to authorities. Both arms had tattoos on them, and belonged to a man.

On the park’s western side, investigators discovered a leg of a woman in a mound of leaves after cadaver dogs discovered it. While homicide detectives investigated the scene, a female corpse was sent for an autopsy.

On Friday morning, police discovered an arm and a head that belonged to a female victim on the west side of the nature reserve, as well.

According to the police, the female had no tattoos on her arms.

Police believe that the various elements of their remains are all from two people, a man and a woman.

An investigation into the deaths is ongoing, and anyone with information are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-220-TIPS.


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