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Missing New Rochelle resident Valerie Reyes ID'd as woman found dead in suitcase in Greenwich
Matt Spillane, Rockland/Westchester Journal News Published 9:23 a.m. ET Feb. 7, 2019 | Updated 3:51 p.m. ET Feb. 7, 2019

Valerie Reyes' body was found here, off Glenville Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019. Her body was stuffed in a suitcase and her hands and feet were bound. Tania Savayan, tsavayan@lohud.com

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A missing 24-year-old woman from New Rochelle was identified Thursday as the body stuffed into a red suitcase, bound at the wrists and ankles and dumped on the side of a road in Greenwich, Connecticut, police said.

Valerie Reyes had been missing since Jan. 29, Greenwich police said. The red suitcase with her body inside — which made national headlines after being found Tuesday morning — was found in a wooded area along Glenville Road, about one mile east of the Merritt Parkway near the Westchester border.

Reyes' family was notified on Wednesday night, police said.

Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday.
Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday. (Photo: Submitted)

"They are obviously devastated by the loss of Valerie and our heartfelt condolences go out to them," police said in a statement.

Family and friends are planning a vigil for Reyes at 5 p.m. today at Glen Island Park, Weyman Avenue in New Rochelle

Reyes was a 2012 graduate of New Rochelle High School. She worked at the Barnes & Noble in Eastchester at the Vernon Hills Shopping Center.

"The entire Barnes & Noble community is grieving the loss of our beloved employee Valerie Reyes," Barnes & Noble said in a statement, adding that she worked at the Eastchester store since it opened two-and-a-half years ago. "Our hearts go out to her family, friends, and coworkers during this difficult time.

Investigators examine the suitcase containing the body of missing New Rochelle resident Valerie Reyes off Glenville Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, in this photo from a news helicopter,Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019.
Investigators examine the suitcase containing the body of missing New Rochelle resident Valerie Reyes off Glenville Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, in this photo from a news helicopter,Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019. (Photo: NBC 4 New York)

Reyes' body was found at 8:23 a.m. Tuesday off the shoulder of Glenville Road, just north of Stillman Lane in the Glenville section of Greenwich, police said. A town highway worker saw her body in a suitcase about 15 feet off the side of the road and notified police.

Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday.
Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday. (Photo: Submitted)

Reyes' cause of death has not yet been confirmed by the medical examiner, police said. Police said previously that Reyes did not die at the location where she was found, but they were not yet sure how or when she was killed.

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"Many pieces of possible physical evidence were collected and results from forensic analysis are pending," police said today.

Greenwich officials said an employee of the town's Department of Public Works is on paid administrative leave after taking photos of Reyes' body and the crime scene. The town is investigating.

"The victim was a daughter, a sister and a cousin of a family who is suffering a tremendous loss at this time," Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei said in a statement. "This thoughtless and insensitive behavior by an employee is inexcusable. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Ms. Reyes' family."

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Missing New Rochelle resident Valerie Reyes ID'd as woman found dead in suitcase in Greenwich
Matt Spillane, Rockland/Westchester Journal News Published 9:23 a.m. ET Feb. 7, 2019 | Updated 3:51 p.m. ET Feb. 7, 2019

Valerie Reyes' body was found here, off Glenville Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019. Her body was stuffed in a suitcase and her hands and feet were bound. Tania Savayan, tsavayan@lohud.com

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A missing 24-year-old woman from New Rochelle was identified Thursday as the body stuffed into a red suitcase, bound at the wrists and ankles and dumped on the side of a road in Greenwich, Connecticut, police said.

Valerie Reyes had been missing since Jan. 29, Greenwich police said. The red suitcase with her body inside — which made national headlines after being found Tuesday morning — was found in a wooded area along Glenville Road, about one mile east of the Merritt Parkway near the Westchester border.

Reyes' family was notified on Wednesday night, police said.

Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday.
Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday. (Photo: Submitted)

"They are obviously devastated by the loss of Valerie and our heartfelt condolences go out to them," police said in a statement.

Family and friends are planning a vigil for Reyes at 5 p.m. today at Glen Island Park, Weyman Avenue in New Rochelle

Reyes was a 2012 graduate of New Rochelle High School. She worked at the Barnes & Noble in Eastchester at the Vernon Hills Shopping Center.

"The entire Barnes & Noble community is grieving the loss of our beloved employee Valerie Reyes," Barnes & Noble said in a statement, adding that she worked at the Eastchester store since it opened two-and-a-half years ago. "Our hearts go out to her family, friends, and coworkers during this difficult time.

Investigators examine the suitcase containing the body of missing New Rochelle resident Valerie Reyes off Glenville Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, in this photo from a news helicopter,Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019.
Investigators examine the suitcase containing the body of missing New Rochelle resident Valerie Reyes off Glenville Road in Greenwich, Connecticut, in this photo from a news helicopter,Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019. (Photo: NBC 4 New York)

Reyes' body was found at 8:23 a.m. Tuesday off the shoulder of Glenville Road, just north of Stillman Lane in the Glenville section of Greenwich, police said. A town highway worker saw her body in a suitcase about 15 feet off the side of the road and notified police.

Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday.
Friends and family are looking for New Rochelle woman Valerie Reyes, who's been missing since Tuesday. (Photo: Submitted)

Reyes' cause of death has not yet been confirmed by the medical examiner, police said. Police said previously that Reyes did not die at the location where she was found, but they were not yet sure how or when she was killed.

VALERIE REYES: What we know, what we don't know about death of woman whose body was found in suitcase

BODY FOUND: Woman found dead, bound in suitcase, on side of Connecticut road, police say

MISSING WOMAN: Friends, family looking for missing 24-year-old New Rochelle woman

"Many pieces of possible physical evidence were collected and results from forensic analysis are pending," police said today.

Greenwich officials said an employee of the town's Department of Public Works is on paid administrative leave after taking photos of Reyes' body and the crime scene. The town is investigating.

"The victim was a daughter, a sister and a cousin of a family who is suffering a tremendous loss at this time," Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei said in a statement. "This thoughtless and insensitive behavior by an employee is inexcusable. We extend our heartfelt condolences to Ms. Reyes' family."

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