New York – The body of Orsolya Gaal, 51, a wife and mother, was found on Saturday, stuffed in a ‘duffel bag’ just a few blocks away from her residence, police reported.
“Queens mom Orsolya Gaal spotted alive in backyard before body found,” Fox News Tweeted.
Allegedly, Orsolya Gaal, 51, had informed her son that she was going out to watch a show on Saturday “but met up another man instead” the New York Police Department told a news outlet. Later that night, she got killed, stuffed into a duffel bag and was found by a passerby the following day.
Gaal’s husband has been identified as Howard Klein. He was coming home from a trip to Oregon, the same day his wife got killed, with their oldest son.
In a now-deleted Tweet, the deceased woman’s husband said they had plans to visit Ann Arbor, Michigan. “Just landed Portland, OR before evaluating Ann Arbor again with my 17-year-old son,” he Tweeted the morning his wife was found mangled and covered in blood by a witness in Forest Park.
According to the sources, the man who she met that night, killed Gaal in her basement, stuffed her in a bag and threw it near a famous walking trail on Metropolitan Avenue in Forest Hills, Queens.
The suspect then purportedly accessed her phone to send a ‘chilling’ text to her husband, saying, ‘Your whole family is next.’
An official from NYPD said they have retrieved a video on Saturday from around 4:30 am of a person ‘rolling a bag’ to the sidewalk from ‘multiple cameras.’
A source told the police department that Gaal was with her friend on her last night on Friday, adding, “she knew the people she was out with. We’re talking to them.
“We also have to figure out, did she meet some mysterious stranger along the way?”
According to cops, a blood trail from the duffel back led them to the woman’s house, residing in Juno Street, a gated community just a few miles from where the body was found.
Police are interrogating potential sources for information and urge anyone with the latest information to contact their anonymous tip-line — 1-800-577-TIPS.