'New Rochelle Police Detectives accompanied by Greenwich Police Detectives, arrested a suspect in NY who had fraudulently used the ATM card of homicide victim Valerie Reyes.
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.
A man named Javier da Silva, of Flushing, Queens, reportedly has confessed to the murder of a young Westchester County, New York, woman named Valerie Reyes, who was 24, according to reports on Tuesday. Officials said her hands and feet were bound when her body was found by highway workers on February 5.
They said he indicated he put packing tape over her mouth, bound her legs and hands, and put her in a suitcase that he put in a forest after driving for some time.
The 24-year-old from New Rochelle will be laid to rest today. He said he then bound her and put her in the suitcase before placing her in his auto which was rented through a car-sharing service under his name.
Sanchez says she desperately tried to pry for more information, but her daughter refused to specify why she felt that way.
Reyes' mother, Norma Sanchez, told WABC-TV last week that her daughter had broken up with her boyfriend days before she disappeared.
Her most recent ex wrote on Twitter: "It wasn't me".
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The suspect is accused of using Valerie Reyes' ATM card.
Aiello also reported that da Silva confessed. I'm paranoid, mommy. I'm getting anxiety attacks, She was having a hard time talking'. New Rochelle is about 12 miles south of Greenwich. Da Silva Rojas was arrested Monday in Queens, New York.
Police say an arrest has been made in the slaying of a 24-year-old woman whose body was found stuffed inside a suitcase in CT.
Reyes, who worked at a Barnes & Noble in Eastchester, N.Y., planned to train to become a tattoo artist and liked to sing. "Was there someone at your house?' Reyes" mother said.
Investigators "saw continued ATM activity and that's what zeroed us in", Berry said.
William F. Sweeney Jr., head of the FBI's NY office, said federal authorities teamed with police in Greenwich and New Rochelle to "swiftly identify Javier Da Silva, an alleged murderer, and place him behind bars".
The official cause of Reyes' death has not been confirmed as the autopsy is pending. "And she said, "No", Norma said, referring to her daughter's former partner who it's believed she separated from on January 24. Screenshot.Valerie Reyes mother: My daughter feared that she would be murdered.