Illegal Immigrant Confesses to Killing Woman Found in Suitcase

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According to prosecutors for the United States Attorney's Office in the Southern District of NY, 24-year-old Queens, N.Y., resident Javier Da Silva was arrested and charged with one count of kidnapping, "resulting in the death of Valerie Reyes".

"Not Venezuela, Portugal", replied suspect Javier da Silva when asked in White Plains federal court whether he wanted the governments of the nations in which he holds dual-citizenship to be informed of his legal troubles.

Authorities were led to de Silva when he fraudulently used Reyes' ATM card to withdraw money from a machine.

She was last seen on January 29 and was later reported missing to the New Rochelle Police.

We learned on Tuesday that an ex-boyfriend, but not the most recent ex-boyfriend, of Valerie Reyes was arrested in connection with her death. Missing American lady Valerie Reyes' body was found on a suitcase in Greenwich near CT on Feb 5.

Police believe she was killed elsewhere and dumped in Greenwich, 24km from her home in New Rochelle.

Police said they have examined hundreds of hours of surveillance footage in the case and interviewed several potential witnesses.

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'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.

Captain Berry said: "This entire investigation has been a herculean effort from the very beginning, from the initial officers on scene to all the work of all the detectives chasing down numerous leads".

Aiello also reported that da Silva confessed.

News of the arrest came on the same day as Reyes's mourning loved ones paid tribute to her at an emotional wake. The accused then sealed her mouth with tape, tied her arms and legs and pushed the body into a red suitcase.

"The last time I talked to Val she was really scared and fearing for her life".

Sanchez said that she tried to pinpoint the source of her daughter's anxiety but failed. "I'm paranoid. I'm getting anxiety attacks".

Reyes, a Barnes & Noble store clerk, had broken up with her boyfriend five days earlier, according to Sanchez. "I asked about her ex-boyfriend".