When 24-year-old Valerie Reyes' body was found in a red suitcase of some road maintenance workers in a wooded area along a road in Greenwich, Connecticut, the UNITED states, she had been missing for a week.
the Woman, who lived in New Rochelle, disappeared without a trace 29. January, and it was not until nine days later, she was found dead.
Her body was bound at the hands and feet, but the coroner has not yet released the cause of death, writes CNN.
The young woman's mother says now that her daughter was panicky when she called her the last time - the night before she disappeared.
- She was just really scared. Very scared. Fearing for her life, says her mother Norma Sanchez to WABC.
- I'm really, really scared. I'm really paranoid, mother. I get anxiety attacks, reproduces the mother's words from the last conversation with his daughter.
Valerie Reyes worked in a bookstore. Here wondered why they care, since she did not turn up. Photo credit: Greenwich Police Department
She also says that her daughter suffered from depression and anxiety attacks.
Valerie Reyes worked in bogbutikken Barnes and Noble in Eastchester, where she had been the last two and a half years. And since neither the colleagues or her family had seen her in a few days, they began to share the flyers out and called her on social media.
the police called her in public.
#MissingPerson Have you seen VALERIE REYES? 5' 3", black hair, brown eyes, 1/2 sleeve tattoo on left arm. Last seen wearing a green coat, black jeans, and black shoes. Suffers from anxiety and depression. pic.twitter.com/vxvXi40fiV— NYPD Midtown North (@NYPDMTN) January 31, 2019
After the identification of Valerie Reyes issued the Greenwich Police Department in a press release, where they wrote, that they were dedicated to finding those who are responsible for Valeries death and ensure justice for her and her family, just as they added that they had received 'a quantity of tips about this killing'.
the Perpetrator, who left Valerie Reyes' body in the suitcase has not yet been found, and it remains to be seen, where the crime scene is.
But her mother is convinced that he must be held accountable.
My daughter deserved whatever you did to her. My daughter was clean, said Norma Sanchez to a light-ceremony for her daughter, where she also said:
Sooner or later he will be caught. I know it.