POLICE are hunting for the person who killed a mother of two in New York City Saturday. Orsolya Gaal was found stuffed inside a duffel back early Saturday morning.
A shocking photo shows the mysterious assailant rolling the bag where Gaal’s body was found just hours later with a trail of blood leading authorities to her home in Queens.
Van Nostrand reported that his two hounds led him to a hockey duffel bag in Forest Park, where he found Gaal's body in the fetal position just after 8am. Investigators later reported that the body was still intact and not dismembered.
Once authorities arrived, Van Nostrand's dogs led the responders to another spot nearby, where patches of fresh blood were reportedly found.
Police said Saturday that the trail of blood led investigators to Gaal's home on Juno Street, just a half-mile away from the crime scene, according to the New York Daily News.
The killer had texted Gaal's husband, Howard Klein, taunting the man with the words: "Your whole family is next", according to authorities.
Gaal lived in the Tudor-style home with her husband and two sons, cops said.
Cops reportedly found Gaal's younger son inside the home alone after making an emergency entry into the house.
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Neighbors told the Post that the 13-year-old son was seen being taken away in handcuffs shortly after the body was found.
Investigators confirmed that the teen was questioned and released.
Klein, was traveling with the couple's other son, a 17-year-old.
Klein, a businessman, had recently posted on his Twitter about traveling with his oldest son to Portland Oregon — but the post has since been taken down.
Police sources told the Post that Klein and the 17-year-old son are allegedly being considered “persons of interest” in her death.
Both are returning to New York, cops said.
In a phone interview with the outlet, Klein expressed fears for his safety in the wake of his wife's death.
“There are concerns about our safety,” Klein said. “Our lives are at risk."
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