Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect Rex Heuermann ‘killed at least one of his victims at his home’
- The 59-year-old lived in Massapequa Park with his wife Asa Ellerup and their adult daughter and stepson.
- The house is only 18 miles from where the bodies were found in Gilgo Beach.
- Police say Heuermann was behind the deaths of three sex workers in 2010
At least one victim of the Gilgo Beach murders was killed at the Long Island home of suspect Rex Heuermann, police revealed.
The 59-year-old lived in a “dungeon-like” Massapequa park with his wife Asa Ellerup and their adult daughter and stepson.
Police were seen searching the property for ‘trophies’ that may be linked to the Seventh Day victims on Thursday. DailyMail.com previously spotted an investigator carrying a note listing some of the evidence found inside, including a rope kept in a vault, a man’s torn shirt with a stain in a bag and handcuff keys on a shelf under a workbench.
Ellerup, 59, was married to Heuermann for two decades before he was arrested last week; She filed for divorce Wednesday in Suffolk County.
Police say Heuermann was behind the 2010 deaths of three sex workers who were buried on Giglo Beach. He is the prime suspect in a fourth murder.
At least one victim of the Gilgo Beach murders was killed on Long Island, home of suspect Rex Heuermann, police have revealed.
Police were seen searching the property for ‘trophies’ that may be linked to the Seventh Day victims on Thursday.
Law enforcement sources told CBS News that detectives now believe at least one of the slayings occurred at the suspect’s home, which is just 18 miles from Gilgo Beach.
Investigators have also been searching two storage units connected to Heuermann and multiple boxes were detected outside one on Wednesday. Blue tarps and white tents have been erected outside the unit to close off the scene.
An attorney for the suspect’s wife, Robert Macedonio, said the family was shocked by the shocking murder charges.
“Obviously this has been a shocking time for them and quite a difficult time to understand,” he told the US Sun.
“As with any family, it is extremely upsetting and they are totally shocked and caught off guard. The family does not want to comment more than that.