The dead wigger and her black BF.
NEW YORK – The manhunt for the person who killed Queens mom Orsolya
Gaal intensified on Tuesday, when police lined the neighborhood
streets with wanted posters and a family electrician described her
house as being outfitted with cameras and a separate entrance to the
At least one unmarked police vehicle sat stationed outside of Gaal's
family's Forest Hills home on Tuesday, as other investigators came
and went throughout the day. The manhunt for the 51-year-old mother
of two's killer continued three days after her remains were
discovered inside a duffel bag less than a mile from her Juno Street
The family's residence is located on a street riddled with doorbell
cameras – at least seven on the family's block alone – and home
security system, likely making it hard for any suspect to evade
police scrutiny for too long. And family electrician Arrjuna Jack,
30, said Gaal's house was also outfitted with a camera surveillance
Gaal lived in the $2.2 million, five-bedroom Tudor-style home with
her husband, financial advisory firm founder Howard Klein, and their
Jack described Gaal as a "very happy, jolly person all the time."
He said Klein, 53, worked from an office in the home and the house
has separate door that leads either down to the basement or up to
the kitchen. The basement consists of a laundry room and what was
the kid’s playroom.
Police received a call around 8:10 a.m. Saturday for a report of "a
suspicious bag with blood on it at the corner of Metropolitan Avenue
and Jackie Robinson Parkway," the New York Police Department (NYPD)
The New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner announced
Monday that Gaal's death was a homicide caused by sharp force
injuries to her neck. She was reportedly stabbed nearly 60 times.
According to the New York Post, investigators believe Gaal's
lifeless body was then moved to the basement before it was fully
removed from the area.
Authorities handcuffed and questioned her 13-year-old son, who was
believed to have been home at the time of her slaying, but then
police released him into the custody of an unidentified adult
relative, according to neighbors. He was not accused of wrongdoing.
Klein was with the couple's other son on the West Coast, but told
the Post he was returning home following the news. Klein did not
respond to Fox News Digital's request for comment on Monday.
The NYPD is still searching for Gaal’s killer, but chilling
surveillance footage from around 4:30 a.m. Saturday appears to show
a figure pulling a duffel bag along the sidewalk, sources have
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Fox News was on the scene Monday night when police were seen at the
home combing through a room on the second floor. Multiple
investigators were then seen leaving with what appeared to have been
The NYPD is still searching for Gaal’s killer, and denied reports on
Tuesday that investigators had identified a person of interest.
Fox News' Sarah Rumpf and Haley Chi-Sing contributed to this report.