Two of the four men found brutally murdered and mutilated by MS-13 in Long Island park have been named.
Police say the four were repeatedly stabbed all over their bodies in the gang-style killing.
Sini said that the department is offering a $25,000 "fast cash" reward for information leading to the arrests of those responsible for the deaths. "We have all hands on deck, and we're working closely with the Federal Bureau of Investigation", he said.
Police responded to Clayton Avenue Community Park at approximately 8 p.m. where the bodies of four males were located.
Early Thursday morning, detectives reportedly emerged from the woods with what appeared to be an evidence bag.
A Suffolk County medical examiner's truck removes a body from a park near the Central Islip Recreation Center on Thursday, April 13, 2017.
"Today marks the beginning of healing for the families and the community", Suffolk County Police Commissioner Tim Sini told Fox News at the time. The group, which had been driving around looking for gang enemies, attacked when they came across her walking with Nisa Mickens, 15, in the street. The teens, who were best friends, were killed by "swinging baseball bats and machetes" in a suspected revenge attack.
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Nisa "was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time, hanging out with her childhood friend", former U.S. Attorney Robert Capers said in announcing the arrests.
Anthony Rubenstein, a 29-year-old electrician who graduated from Brentwood High School and lives near where the bodies were found, shook his head in frustration about the killings. "I don't know if this is my son or not".
Sini also said that police are investigating whether gang MS-13 were behind the murders. It's now a major global criminal enterprise with tens of thousands of members in several Central American countries and many USA states.
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"The gang members came out and told them to kneel down - and then he was just able to run for his life", Villalobos's cousin, Yensy Fuentes, told NBC.
About a dozen distraught people, including family and friends of the teens, say they have not been heard from since. They have, however, said the males were killed in the past "few days". "They're illegal. And they are finished". If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article.