More than two years, and a few false leads, since bodies first were discovered in the brush by Gilgo State Beach on Long Island police are still looking for the killer (or killers) behind them. In the meantime, police are back on the beach today—now looking for a New York City woman believed to have gone missing in the area.

According to authorities, 31-year-old Natasha Jugo left her Queens Village home around 4:30 p.m. on Saturday wearing pink pajama bottoms, a gray hoodie, a black robe, a black coat and black boots. She has not been seen since. On Sunday her abandoned Prius, with her personal belongings, was found on the road near Gilgo Beach—a beach made famous by the ten sets of remains found there in the past two years.

The disappearance of Jugo, described as being 5'10", 120 pounds with brown eyes and blonde hair, is not currently thought to be related to the Gilgo Beach bodies. But the proximity of her car to the (still unsolved) cadaver dumping ground is certainly unnerving.