Long Island police revealed chilling new details Tuesday about the suspected serial killer linked to bodies found in Gilgo Beach, including sketches of two of the unidentified victims. Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer confirmed it is believed there are 10 total victims: eight women, one man, and one female toddler. Five of the women have been identified; the other five victims remain unknown. Dormer said the toddler’s remains were not linked to a woman found 250 feet away, but are linked to women whose remains were found seven miles away in neighboring Nassau County. The male victim was found dressed in women’s clothes, leading police investigators to think he was working as a prostitute, like the other victims. Remains from three of the victims have been found in other areas of Long Island—and one set was discovered 15 years ago.