Woman, 22, whose remains were found in luggage ‘argued with boyfriend’

Woman, 22, whose decaying remains were found in two suitcases in Brooklyn apartment was heard ‘arguing with her boyfriend’ – as cops hunt for at-large suspect

  • The victim is believed to be the 22-year-old occupant of the apartment in East New York 
  • Neighbors smelled a foul odor from inside and called for a welfare check 
  • They say they often heard the woman and her boyfriend arguing inside 
  • Police have not yet named either of them; the boyfriend is a person of interest but has not yet been tracked down 
  • The building is an affordable housing complex that also takes in recently released Rikers inmates  

The 22-year-old woman whose decaying remains were found split between two suitcases in a Brooklyn apartment building this morning was heard by neighbors arguing with her boyfriend in the weeks before she vanished. 

Police have not yet named the woman or the boyfriend, who remains at large. 

The body was found inside Apartment 6F at Linwood Park Apartments, an affordable housing building in East New York, Brooklyn. 

Police remove the belongings of a 22-year-old woman whose remains were found inside the apartment on Wednesday

Police remove the belongings of a 22-year-old woman whose remains were found inside the apartment on Wednesday 

The body was found inside Apartment 6F at Linwood Park Apartments, an affordable housing building in East New York, Brooklyn, on Wednesday

The body was found inside Apartment 6F at Linwood Park Apartments, an affordable housing building in East New York, Brooklyn, on Wednesday 

Neighbors there say the young woman who lived inside was often heard arguing with her boyfriend. 

She had not been seen for several weeks before neighbors noticed a foul smell coming from inside the home on Wednesday. 

One called police to request a welfare check which prompted the grim discovery in the early hours of Thursday morning. 

An NYPD spokesman told DailyMail.com that while a person of interest has been identified, no one is in custody. 

Police are now working to track that person down. 

The apartment building contains 100 units of affordable housing but it also houses recently released Rikers inmates. 

Police carry evidence bags at the apartment complex in East New York on Thursday

Police carry evidence bags at the apartment complex in East New York on Thursday 

The building has 100 apartments, most of which are affordable units. Others are for recently incarcerated Rikers inmates

The building has 100 apartments, most of which are affordable units. Others are for recently incarcerated Rikers inmates 

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