Missing Hudson Valley Woman Found Dead in Suitcase

Missing Hudson Valley Woman Found Dead in Suitcase

On Tuesday, Reyes' clothed body was discovered by highway workers inside a large suitcase that was tossed on Glenville Road in the ritzy town.

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Reyes was last seen on January 29 and was reported missing to the police department in her hometown of New Rochelle, New York, which is about 12 miles away from where her body was found.

Thursday night a vigil was held for Reyes in her hometown.

She had broken up with her boyfriend a few days earlier, according to the Journal News. Reyes was creative, Sanchez said, and enjoyed nature, reading and art.

Sanchez said she started to "panic" when the 24-year-old vanished. "Sooner or later he will get caught, I know it".

Reyes said: "I'm scared". The next day her bank card was used twice in Manhattan in one of those instances there's surveillance video of her going to the ATM.

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"She didn't mention no one specific, she just mentioned, 'I'm really really scared. I'm paranoid, Mommy, I'm getting anxiety attacks, '" Sanchez told WABC.

"I feel like this neighborhood is relatively safe, so it's a surprise. And she said, 'No, '" Sanchez said. "Please contact me if there is ANY kind of information", the man wrote in a tweet that was shared thousands of times, reported the Hartford Courant.

Those close to Reyes, who worked at a Barnes & Noble in Eastchester, N.Y, with a goal to follow in her brother's footsteps as a tattoo artist, are tirelessly trying to figure out how Reyes' life came to such a grisly close - even hiring a private investigator to help retrace her last steps.

Reyes' family is asking for love and support through this extraordinarily hard time, and announced that they would be holding a vigil tonight.

Friends and co-workers of a NY woman who was found dead in a suitcase in CT say she was a bookstore worker who was passionate about art and aspired to be a tattoo artist.

A town highway worker saw the suitcase about 15 feet off the road on Tuesday morning and told the police. Sanchez said the family isn't sure why she traveled to the city and it wasn't clear if she was with anyone. "Whoever did this needs to pay". They found her in the luggage. Her family was notified of the positive identification Wednesday night, police said.

Brenda DeGiacomo, who lived across the street from Reyes, described her neighbor as a "sweetheart".

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