04 July, 2017
Londono was last seen on June 25th closing up the bar she managed in Englewood.
The dog did not find traces of blood in the vehicle, but did find traces in the apartment's bathtub, sources said.
Saturday's grisly discovery came less than a week after a headless and partially legless torso was found in Brooklyn's Red Hook Channel by a couple walking by the water on Tuesday.
Sources said that after the mom, accompanied by Londono's boyfriend, went to the precinct, the NYPD sent K9 units to look for blood traces in places that the woman frequented. The woman said the tattoo is written in Sanskrit and reads "Lilyann" who was the victim's deceased aunt, the New York Post reports. Police suspect that the two female body parts that washed up this week in Brooklyn and Manhattan shorelines belong to the young woman.
Police plan to compare DNA from the leg with DNA from the torso, according to the Post. So far, there have been "inconsistencies" in his story, according to a source. "I want this person to actually pay for everything, for every little bit of pain that we're all suffering", friend Andres Giraldo said.
In an unusual move, NY police had released a photo of the tattoo in an effort to identify the person behind the body parts. Londono's mother called the police and told them that her missing daughter had a tattoo that matched. That person is now believed to be Londono, who was reaching her dreams in the bar industry and was remembered for her sweet disposition. "Everyone loved her, we still don't understand why someone would do that to her". I'm never speechless but I still can't get wrapped what was done to you. I'm full of emotions and I'm sick to my stomach. Descanse en paz la quiero mucho!