Multiple suitcases apparently filled with body parts were found inside a Brooklyn apartment

Multiple suitcases filled with human BODY PARTS are found in Brooklyn apartment after tenant in her 20s reported missing: Cops hunt suspect

  • Several suitcases containing body parts were found in a Brooklyn apartment 
  • Superintendent at  the building called police after uncovering ‘human remains’
  • There was no sign of the tenant who occupied the unit, a woman in her 20s 
  • Residents in the block say arguments could often be heard coming from the unit in which the remains were found 

Several suitcases containing human body parts were found in a Brooklyn apartment on Wednesday afternoon.

Officers from the NYPD made the discovery after receiving a call about a missing tenant and a ‘foul odor’ coming from the unit.

Cops made the discovery at 315 Linwood Street in East New York, however officials were not allowed into the apartment until after 10pm because they were waiting for a search warrant to be approved.

Upon entering the address on the sixth floor of the 10-story building, they immediately found blood and human remains. 

Multiple suitcases found filled with body parts inside a Brooklyn apartment on Wednesday

Multiple suitcases found filled with body parts inside a Brooklyn apartment on Wednesday

The building superintendent made the gruesome discovery at 315 Linwood Street in East New York around 1:30pm

The building superintendent made the gruesome discovery at 315 Linwood Street in East New York around 1:30pm

Police were called to the address after a 'foul order' was reported in a sixth-floor home

Police were called to the address after a ‘foul order’ was reported in a sixth-floor home

The New York City Medical Examiner could be seen on site on Wednesday evening

The New York City Medical Examiner could be seen on site on Wednesday evening 

There was no sign whatsoever of the tenant, thought to be in her 20s, according to the New York Post.

A person of interest has been identified by authorities and is being hunted by the NYPD for questioning.

A woman who lives next door to where the horrific scene was uncovered explained how the building superintendent of a neighboring block was first to discover the human remains and then called police. 

Officials from various New York City law enforcement agencies were on site on Wednesday

Officials from various New York City law enforcement agencies were on site on Wednesday

NYPD Crime Scene Unit officials were on site together with regular NYPD cops

NYPD Crime Scene Unit officials were on site together with regular NYPD cops 

Upon entering the address on the sixth floor, they immediately found blood and human remains

Upon entering the address on the sixth floor, they immediately found blood and human remains

The discovery was made at a newly constructed apartment block where a number of people who were formerly homeless reside

The discovery was made at a newly constructed apartment block where a number of people who were formerly homeless reside

Officials say ‘a large amount of blood’ was found on the premises. 

Other residents living in the building say the apartment in which the remains were uncovered had a boyfriend where fights would often be heard.

The building, of which there are 100 individual apartments, was constructed in 2020 and houses a number of people who were formerly homeless. 

‘This neighborhood is not the best neighborhood to be honest with you, but this is outrageous. Absolutely outrageous,’ neighbor Lindsey Vena said to ABC7. ‘It makes me scared to even be around here. I’m just sick.

‘This is scary. I live here with my family and it’s just kind of wicked knowing that there’s somebody doing something like this where you lay your head at night,’ she said. 

The New York medical examiner is investigating the findings with more information expected to be released on Thursday.

Crime Scene Investigators could be seen outside taking photographs of the scene

Crime Scene Investigators could be seen outside taking photographs of the scene 

The medical examiner and police officer were not allowed access into the unit until after 10pm because they were waiting on a search warrant  to be approved

The medical examiner and police officer were not allowed access into the unit until after 10pm because they were waiting on a search warrant  to be approved

Officials from various New York City departments could be seen keeping watch last night

Officials from various New York City departments could be seen keeping watch last night

The NYPD's Crime Scene Unite were on-scene and spotted taking photographs outside

The NYPD’s Crime Scene Unite were on-scene and spotted taking photographs outside 

Representatives from various different New York City agencies were gathered in the lobby

Representatives from various different New York City agencies were gathered in the lobby

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