Rex Heurmann, Long Island Serial killer, Owned a Timeshare in Las Vegas; Investigation Has Now ‘Expanded’ Into Multiple States, Authorities Says

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New York authorities have published additional information about their investigation into Rex Heuermann, the man accused of being the Long Island Serial Killer.

Crime laboratory officers arrive to the house where a suspect has been taken into custody on New York’s Long Island in connection with a long-unsolved string of killings, known as the Gilgo Beach murders, Friday, July 14, 2023, in Massapequa, N.Y. (AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)

Authorities have been examining Rex Heuerman’s Massapequa Park house on Long Island since his arrest on July 13 for evidence that may be related to the deaths of at least three women, whose remains were discovered along Gilgo Beach on Long Island in December 2010.

According to Suffolk County investigators Commissioner Rodney Harrison, investigators discovered many handguns, shotguns, and rifles at the property. However, the inquiry into Heuermann has already spread to numerous states.

“He (Rex Heuerman) had a timeshare in Las Vegas,” according to the police commissioner. “And we’re working with the authorities out there to take a closer look at what needed to be recovered, or if there’s anything else that should be recovered and seized that could help with this investigation as well.”

According to a representative for the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, “police in Las Vegas are sifting through their roster of unsolved cases for any sign Rex Heuermann may have been involved.”

According to authorities, Rex Heuermann also has ties to Amityville and South Carolina. Meanwhile, Harrison claims that authorities in Atlantic City, New Jersey, have been investigating similar unsolved homicides. that are possibly linked to the killings on Long Island.

Rex Heuerman, a father of two, is also suspected in the killing of Maureen Brainard-Barnes, 25. All four ladies were online escorts who went missing between 2007 and 2010. Rex Heuermann has pled not guilty to the allegations against him.

Investigators have now discovered the remains of at least ten persons near Gilgo Beach, though not all of them are thought to be tied to the same murderer.

Rex Heuermann was reportedly linked to the killings via cell tower data, a witness’ description of his Chevrolet Avalanche, and, subsequently, DNA from five hairs recovered on three of the deceased, according to Suffolk County District Attorney Ray Tierney.

Authorities believe Rex Hueremann committed the murders while his wife and two children, who lived with him in his Massapequa Park home, were out of state.

According to Harrison, the alleged serial killer’s family was in “shock” and “disbelief” after learning of his arrest.


According to a sheriff’s office spokesperson, Rex Heuermann has been on suicide watch at the Suffolk County Correctional Facility since his arrest. According to Vicki DiStefano, a county spokesperson, the classification, which requires “high-security measures” and careful monitoring, came after a review by county medical professionals.

Toulon spoke with Rex Heuermann inside the detention center.

“I spoke to him once, and he’s very calm; all three times, he’s been laying down on his bunk, very nondescript, showing no emotion,” Toulon explained.

The allegations against Rex Heuermann were a significant move in one of New York’s most infamous cases.

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