Remains found in suitcases may belong to 22-year-old NYC woman: cops

The remains were located after concerned building security guards went to the unit in Cypress Hills to find out why the young woman hadn’t been seen in a month — but were denied entry by the victim’s boyfriend and another man, sources said.

After the boyfriend refused to let the guards in to do their welfare check at the apartment on Linwood Street near Atlantic Avenue, guards told them they would call cops.

opened the suitcases and discovered the “obvious crime scene."
Responding police opened the suitcases and discovered the “obvious crime scene.”
Paul Martinka
 Early Thursday morning the Medical Examiners Office removed the body parts for further investigation.
A 22-year-old woman is suspected to be the victim.
Seth Gottfried

 Early Thursday morning the Medical Examiners Office removed the body parts for further investigation.
The remains were located after concerned building security guards went to the unit.
Seth Gottfried
Linwood Street near Atlantic Avenue in Cypress Hills
The remains were found in an apartment on Linwood Street near Atlantic Avenue in Cypress Hills.
Paul Martinka

After the guards left, the boyfriend — who had an order of protection against him — and the pal snuck out of the unit carrying a bag, sources said.

As soon as the two men left, security returned to the apartment, where they found a meat cleaver, blood in the bathroom and smelled a foul odor, police sources said.

The workers immediately called 911.

Cops responded around 1:40 p.m. and later executed a search warrant, during which they opened the suitcases and discovered the “obvious crime scene,” police said Wednesday.
“A large amount of blood” was found at the location, cops said Tuesday night.

Detectives at the scene
Police discovered “a large amount of blood” at the location.
Paul Martinka
The medical examiner's office will officially confirm the person's identity and cause of death.
The medical examiner’s office will officially confirm the person’s identity and cause of death.
Paul Martinka

The city medical examiner’s office will officially confirm the person’s identity and determine the cause of death.

A person of interest had been identified and was being sought for questioning, sources said Tuesday.

Multiple building residents said the woman who lives inside the apartment where the remains were found has a boyfriend whom she would often fight with.

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