Does tattooed torso belong to missing Englewood woman?
ENGLEWOOD — Friends of Jennifer Londono held a vigil at the bar she managed, joined in the belief that the tattooed torso found off Brooklyn belongs to the woman who went missing on June 25.
The New York Daily News reported that Londono, 31, was last seen closing up the Luna Lounge. After the NYPD posted a picture of a tattoo from a body found floating in the Red Hook Channel, Londono's mother and boyfriend told police the tattoo was the word "Lily" in sanskrit, in tribute to her late aunt.
Law enforcement sources told the newspaper an NYPD K-9 dog found traces of Londono's blood in a bathtub in her boyfriend's apartment.
The New York Post reported that police sources said there were several inconsistancies in the boyfriend's story
Witnesses told the Post the torso was found cut at the waist to the knees. Police are working to see if it matches a leg that washed up on the Upper West Side.
The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office has not yet returned a message seeking additional comment. The NYPD said the torso belonged to a "missing New Jersey woman" but did not disclose her identity.
Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.
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