Revealed: Human remains discovered on Long Island are identified as 20-year-old ... trends now
Humans remains discovered on Long Island have been identified as a 20-year-old man who was 'recently killed,' and whose death has been ruled a homicide, officials said.
The missing man was identified on Wednesday as Yoneli Abimael Ramoso Moreno of Brentwood. His remains were discovered along Sunken Meadow State Park located in Smithtown on Monday afternoon.
Parkgoers made the grim finding when they were on a trail at the eastern end of the 1,287-acre park, state police said.
'The death of Ramos Moreno is being investigated as a homicide and it's been established that his death occurred recently,' according to a press release by the New York State Police.
The case is under investigation, but at this time police have not linked Ramos Moreno with the Gilgo Beach bodies found along the South Shore, The New York Post reported.
Pictured: Yonel Abimael Ramos Moreno, 20, was the missing Long Island man, whose remains were found off a trail at the eastern end of Sunken Meadow State Park, on Monday
Ramos-Moreno's death is being investigated as a homicide. Police revealed the young man's death had occurred recently
Sunken Meadow State Park is located on the North Shore of Long Island in the town of Smithtown. Parkgoers made the grim finding when they were on a trail at the eastern end of the 1,287-acre park, state police said
The young man's body was found approximately 30-miles from Gilgo Beach, the area where nearly a dozen set of human remains were found between 2010