Police investigating the murder of 51-year-old Queens mother Orsolya Gaal are now looking at multiple suspects including a ‘handyman lover’ who had access to her home, it has been revealed, Your Content has learned.
Orsolya Gaal, 51, was stabbed 58 times in the neck, torso and arm at 12.40am on Saturday in her home.
She had just returned from a night at the Lincoln Center in Manhattan where she had been with friends.
Police are now looking at multiple suspects including a ‘handyman lover’, according to The New York Post.
That lover has not been named but it’s possible he was caught by one of the home’s surveillance cameras.
Electrician Arrjuna Jack, 30, says he worked at the home and knows it has an extensive security system.
The NYPD is offering a $3,500 reward for information that could lead to Gaal’s killer.
The Hungarian native was described as a loving mother and wife by neighbors in Forest Hills, Queens.
Her husband Howard Klein was out of town with their oldest son when she died; her youngest son Leo, 13, was in the home and was questioned by police but released over the weekend,‘according to The Daily Mail.
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