Still No Arrests In Montauk Murder Case - 27 East

Still No Arrests In Montauk Murder Case

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authorStaff Writer on Jun 18, 2019
Police are still investigating the murder of Robert Casado, a 38-year-old Montauk resident known as “Panda,” but as of Tuesday afternoon had not made an arrest. Suffolk County Police Detective... more

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