Three Long Island women were beaten to death early Saturday inside a blood-spattered Hempstead home, with a fourth victim somehow evading the carnage alive, police said.
Devastated kin of the slain women stood tears outward the suburban home as police announced they were sport a “person of interest” in the brutal triple homicide.
Family members identified the victims as Lynn Reichenbach-Vanderhall, her daughter Melissa and crony Janel Simpson.
Police conspicuous all 3 were killed by blunt force mishap to their bodies, and the torpedo privately targeted the victims.
“You can see the blood inside, you can see the handprints,” conspicuous a lady who identified herself as Simpson’s sister-in-law. “The doorway is far-reaching open.”
One groan relations collapsed to the belligerent on reaching the crime scene. The street was blocked off by police.
The unclear lady who transient the massacre was listed in fast condition at a Long Island hospital. The other 3 victims were conspicuous passed at the scene.
“We are looking at a person of seductiveness right now,” conspicuous Nassau County police Lt. Richard LeBrun. “This is fundamentally a targeted event, not a pointless event.”
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There was no word about the murder arms or any probable ground in the triple killing.
Cops were called to the two-story home on Perry St. around 2:15 a.m. for a reported attack — and arrvied to find the hideous scene.
Victim Janel Simpson, 29, attended SUNY-Buffalo State and was visiting a crony when she was attacked, according to her mom Wendy Simpson.
“I would like to demonstrate my deep, heartfelt, frank condolences to the victims that were tragically killed this morning,” conspicuous LeBrun.
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