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Police in Queens are intensifying their efforts to solve the brutal murder of 51-year-old Orsolya Gaal, who was found stabbed 58 times in her home during the early hours of Saturday, Your Content has learned.
As investigators delve deeper into the case, multiple potential suspects have emerged, including a former lover who worked as a handyman and had knowledge of the victim’s residence.
According to sources cited by The New York Post, law enforcement officials are focusing their attention on a person of interest who had a romantic relationship with Gaal and had access to her home.
While the individual’s identity remains undisclosed, there are indications that their presence might have been captured by the home’s comprehensive security system, equipped with multiple surveillance cameras.
Arrjuna Jack, a 30-year-old electrician who had worked at Gaal’s residence, confirmed the presence of an extensive security system within the house.
This revelation adds weight to the ongoing investigation, as authorities scrutinize the footage from the cameras in hopes of identifying and apprehending the killer.
Meanwhile, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has announced a reward of $3,500 for any information that could aid in solving Gaal’s murder.
The victim, originally from Hungary, was known as a loving mother and wife by her neighbors in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Queens.
At the time of the incident, her husband Howard Klein was away with their oldest son, while their youngest son Leo, 13, was present in the home and was briefly questioned by the police before being released over the weekend.
As the investigation continues, law enforcement officials are committed to pursuing every lead and bringing justice to the grieving family.
Anyone with information regarding the case is urged to come forward and assist the authorities in their search for the killer, according to The Daily Mail.