Police investigate body found on New York's Long Island

Police in Suffolk County are investigating the discovery of a body found in the woods Wednesday.

The remains were discovered by a jogger in Manorville, N.Y. The gender has not yet been determined, according to police. An autopsy will be performed.

Police had previously discovered human remains in Manorville on Feb. 21.

The site in Manorville is close to where a woman's torso was found in 2000. The victim's head, hands and foot were later found at Gilgo Beach, where the remains of seven women, a man and a toddler were also discovered.

Police believe that all 10 victims were connected to the sex trade and that a serial killer is likely to blame. Four of the victims were young female escorts who advertised their services on Craigslist. Their bodies were found wrapped in burlap bags and dumped in thick brush along a deserted stretch of Ocean Parkway.

It is unclear if the body discovered Wednesday has any connection with the other remains found on Long Island.