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Tyler Daniels, 16, was shot to death on

Tyler Daniels, 16, was shot to death on Lake Drive in Wyandanch early Sept. 26, 2010.

Unsolved murders on Long Island

Photos of victims of unsolved homicides.

Melissa Barthelemy, 24, of Buffalo, was one of

Melissa Barthelemy, 24, of Buffalo, was one of four women found dead near Gilgo Beach.

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Carlo Petrusa, 64, of Riverhead, seen in a

Carlo Petrusa, 64, of Riverhead, seen in a family photo, was fatally shot Oct. 29, 2010, outside Dream Nightclub on Canal Road in Hampton Bays during a dispute over who was wearing the best Halloween costume.

Megan Waterman's body was one of several discovered

Megan Waterman's body was one of several discovered in December in an isolated area near Gilgo Beach. Waterman, 22, of Scarborough, Maine, had disappeared in June.

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Geremias Caceres, 38, of Huntington Station, was killed

Geremias Caceres, 38, of Huntington Station, was killed in an apparent robbery attempt on Jan. 24, 2010, in Huntington Station, police said.

Charles Wilson, 27, of Medford was fatally shot

Charles Wilson, 27, of Medford was fatally shot on Sept. 5, 2010, after dropping off his mother in the Gordon Heights neighborhood. Wilson was wounded in his left side and tried to drive back to his mother's house, police said, but crashed his vehicle into a pickup truck that was parked in a driveway.

Tyler Daniels, 16, was shot to death on

Tyler Daniels, 16, was shot to death on Lake Drive in Wyandanch early Sept. 26, 2010.

Juan Rosario, 19, was shot in front of

Juan Rosario, 19, was shot in front of 135 42nd St. in Copiague on Dec. 12, 2010. The cab driver, on the way to pick up a fare, was found slumped over the steering wheel.

Brian Hobbs, 25, was shot in Central Islip

Brian Hobbs, 25, was shot in Central Islip while walking to a friend's house just after midnight on Aug. 19, 2010. His older brother, Richard Johnson, was shot to death in 1987 during a party in his home, in the same neighborhood.

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David Sandler, 20, was one of two Brentwood

David Sandler, 20, was one of two Brentwood men shot Feb. 17, 2010, outside of an indoor soccer field; Sandler died, and his brother-in-law was critically wounded. Authorities believed the attack was retaliation from the El Salvadoran street gang MS-13.

Robert Sanders, 27, was found shot to death

Robert Sanders, 27, was found shot to death in Huntington Station the morning after a July Fourth celebration on his block. Witnesses reported hearing Sanders arguing with a woman; gunshots were heard soon after, police said.

Bryan Coardes, 25, of Hempstead was fatally shot

Bryan Coardes, 25, of Hempstead was fatally shot June 12, 2010, as he was apparently leaving a large party at a Lakeview house. Two others were wounded.

Russell Peterman Jr., 25, was fatally shot Sept.

Russell Peterman Jr., 25, was fatally shot Sept. 7, 2010 -- the night of his birthday -- as he talked with his father and two cousins on the stoop of a Huntington Station home. His family members escaped serious injury as the shooters opened fire from about a dozen feet away.

Nicole Tessa of Patchogue was found dead in

Nicole Tessa of Patchogue was found dead in woods near her home on Dec. 21, 2010. Tessa, 31, was reported missing two days earlier.

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The remains of Amber Lynn Costello, 27, of

The remains of Amber Lynn Costello, 27, of North Babylon were found -- along with those of three other women -- near Gilgo Beach in December 2010. She was last seen alive Sept. 2, 2009.

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Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 25, of Norwich, Conn., was last

Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 25, of Norwich, Conn., was last seen alive in Manhattan on July 9, 2007. Her remains were dumped near Gilgo Beach, and officials identified them on Jan. 24, 2011.

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