A second set of dismembered human remains were discovered inside two plastic bags in a park in Bronx, Tuesday. In this representational photo, police stand near the scene of a crime in the Bronx in New York City, Dec. 29, 2017. Getty Images/ Spencer Platt

A second set of dismembered bodily remains were discovered inside two plastic bags in a park in Bronx, Tuesday, just four days after similar remnants were found in a garbage bag in another park in the New York City borough.

In the latest event, a passerby discovered the remains near the water that surrounded part of Barretto Point Park, located in the corner of Tiffany Street and Viele Avenue in Hunts Point, Bronx, at around 7:21 p.m. EDT and alerted the police.

According to ABC7, one of the bags had a leg and another contained other parts of bodily remains. Although the official cause of death was yet to be determined, the police suspected the victim might have suffered blunt force trauma to the head.

On Friday, the police found a set of human remains in a garbage bag outside Crotona Park, on a sidewalk in the Claremont section — about three miles north of Barretto Point Park — after being alerted by a seasonal Parks Department worker. The first set of remains belonged to a white Hispanic woman, who as of yet, has not been identified. The police released a sketch of the victim with the hopes that someone will be able to recognize her.

Autopsy report is still pending on the second set of remains. Only after a thorough analysis will the medical examiner be able to determine if the second set of remains were human, whether both the discoveries were linked and if remains from last week’s case matched those found Tuesday. The latter would mean both set of remains were from a single victim.

New York City Councilwoman Vanessa L. Gibson expressed shock after the first set of remains were found Friday.

“Someone has no regard for life and it’s disturbing,” she told the New York Times. “I’m sorry this happened to that young lady.”

Following the gruesome discovery Friday, a large portion of the Crotona Park was cordoned off as the police searched for clues. Residents in the area were warned not to go near the park after the incident.

“I was walking my dogs and my dogs went to the bags and the parks people told me not to go by the bags because it smells,” one unnamed resident told CBS New York.

Back in April, the dismembered remains of Brandy Odom, 26, were discovered in Canarsie Park in Brooklyn. Apart from determining that Odom’s limbs were cut off after she was killed, the police could not make much headway into determining her cause of death or the suspected murderer. Investigation in the case is still going on.

“Nobody should have to go through such a tragedy as I’m going through right now because, you know, she was a bright kid,” Odom’s mother said at the time. “I just want to get down to the bottom of it. I just want justice done.”