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The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to (Credit: Handout)

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to identify three strange, old pieces of metal that were found underwater this month by workers replacing a bulkhead washed away by superstorm Sandy.

Mysterious objects at New Suffolk

A collection of rusted metal retrieved from the waters off the coast of New Suffolk earlier this month has locals scratching their heads. Do you know what these are? If you have an idea email litowns@newsday.com

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to
(Credit: Handout)

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to identify three strange, old pieces of metal that were found underwater in New Suffolk this month by workers replacing a bulkhead washed away by superstorm Sandy.

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to
(Credit: Handout)

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to identify three strange, old pieces of metal that were found off the coast of New Suffolk this month by workers replacing a bulkhead washed away by superstorm Sandy.

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to
(Credit: Handout)

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to identify three strange, old pieces of metal that were found underwater in New Suffolk this month by workers replacing a bulkhead washed away by superstorm Sandy.

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The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to
(Credit: Handout)

The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund is trying to identify three strange, old pieces of metal that were found underwater this month by workers replacing a bulkhead washed away by superstorm Sandy.

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