Reward offered in death of New Rochelle woman

Valerie Reyes 24 of New Rochelle was identified as the body found in a suitcase in Greenwich Conn. police said

Valerie Reyes 24 of New Rochelle was identified as the body found in a suitcase in Greenwich Conn. police said

Police say a suspect was arrested in the slaying of a woman who was found dead in a suitcase in Greenwich, an affluent community in CT.

A reward is now being offered in the murder mystery involving a New Rochelle woman found dead in Greenwich.

The arrest of da Silva may not come as a surprise to law enforcement experts who have predicted that Reyes' killer was known to her.

Reyes was found dead on February 5 inside a suitcase along a Greenwich, Connecticut, road with her hands and feet bound.

A person was arrested in NY after fraudulently using Valerie Reyes' ATM card, according to Greenwich police.

"We are confident that the pursuit of justice for Valerie will be successful and we continue to work with the family to provide closure to this tragedy, " Berry said in a written statement.

In a press conference on Tuesday Greenwich Police said that de Silva confessed to playing a role in the murder when he was questioned following his arrest.

Police also said autopsy reports confirming Reyes' cause of death are pending.

The aspiring tattoo artist disappeared one day after telling her mum that "somebody is going to murder me".

"Multiple crime scenes had been examined, hundreds of hours of surveillance footage had been reviewed, and numerous interviews of potential witnesses had been conducted", Berry said. I'm paranoid, mommy. I'm getting anxiety attacks, She was having a hard time talking'.

The suitcase was found on the side of a road in Greenwich, Connecticut.

Social media footprints were also analyzed, Berry said.

She asked about her daughter's ex-boyfriend but still Reyes told her mother "no, it wasn't him".

Sanchez said that she tried to pinpoint the source of her daughter's anxiety but failed.

"I asked her why do you feel this way?" He said Reyes wasn't afraid of da Silva. He said, "Every suitcase body I ever had they were known to each other, with the exception of the Mafia", calling it an "interpersonal type" of killing. Those items included an iPhone, an iPad, her wallet, several items of clothing and bedsheets.

Family and friends will remember Reyes from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, at Lloyd Maxcy & Sons Beauchamp Chapel, 16 Shea Place, in New Rochelle.

"My daughter was a good soul", she said.

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