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  1. #16
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    http://www.longislandernews.com/the-...was-a-homicide

    "Confirmation from Brady that Strobel’s case was being treated as a homicide was a breakthrough for friends, desperate for information."

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    Still no Update from Suffolk County Police Dept, of Huntington, NY...
    The Community remains active in the search for justice and honors Sarah Stobel, along with another young murder victim of Huntington, 25 y/old Danny Carbajal.

    http://www.longislandernews.com/the-...murder-victims

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    http://thehuntingtonian.com/2015/07/...park-memorial/

    This community must continue to raise their voices, and louder. This is my hometown so I know people there and have a vested interest in seeing justice done for these murders. I pay attention, and what I don't see disturbs me.

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    Last edited by bessie; 08-19-2015 at 11:06 PM. Reason: if you can't talk about it, then please don't.

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    Bumping for Sarah. It's been 2 years and her killer is still out there.

    Huntington Matters is holding a memorial vigil for murder victims Sarah Strobel, Luis Ramos-Rodriguez, Daniel Cabajal and Maggie Rosales on October 6th.
    https://m.facebook.com/huntingtonmattersinc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Topcat View Post
    It might have been a medical issue/overdose due to no apparent external injuries at the time of discovery.
    According to the Suffolk County PD, Sarah did NOT die of an overdose. I will try again, to get any of Sarah's friends on board there, because I TRULY think their input may help!!!

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    Any news?

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    A special report on PIX 11 at 6:30 pm TODAY...with Kaity Tong and Brenda Blackmon. It's a NEW ‪#‎MaryMurphyMystery‬ that looks at the unsolved murder of Sarah Strobel in Huntington Station. She was found in a nature preserve, two years AFTER ten victims of a ‪#‎LongIslandSerialKiller‬ were discovered on the South Shore, in the Gilgo Beach area.

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    Yet again...James Burke's name comes up. Not surprised.

    Justice for Sarah!
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    http://pix11.com/2016/01/12/heroin-a...-to-her-death/

    HUNTINGTON STATION, N.Y. — The similarities to some of the young women in the still-unsolved, Long Island Serial Killer (LISK) case are eerie.

    Sarah Strobel, 23, was young, pretty, battled addiction, and talked about turning to “escort” work to make money.

    But her body was found on the North Shore of Long Island — in a nature preserve in Huntington Station —while the serial killer victims were mainly deposited on the South Shore, although some of their body parts were discovered in Manorville.

    “We can’t discount it, we can’t rule out the possibility that might be part of the equation for Sarah,” said June Margolin, a resident of Huntington Station who’s president of the community group, “Huntington Matters.”

    When Sarah Strobel’s body was discovered near a path in the Froelich Farms Nature Preserve on October 3, 2013, the young women who knew her best from high school and the years after were aware about her downward spiral into heroin addiction

    More at link.
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    I really wish Sarah's friends and/or family would join us here and start talking about Sarah and tell us more about her life. In the smallest of details, IMO, answers could be found and this murder could be solved.
    The silence serves no one, except whoever is responsible for her death.

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    Sarah Strobel's homicide, now being Federally reviewed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Londonrraine View Post
    I'm so thankful they made an arrest! It's hard to be happy about anything relating to the murder of a young, beautiful woman like Sarah, but I'm happy that her friends and family may finally get some of the answers they've been waiting too long for.

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    NY - Sarah Strobel, 23, Huntington, 3 October 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by Londonrraine View Post
    Awesome news!
    I haven't checked in here for a short while - what an unexpected surprise to see this news first on my feed.




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