The boyfriend of a New Jersey woman whose body parts were plucked from the waters off Manhattan and Brooklyn, has been arrested in her murder, authorities said Friday.
Raphael Lolos, 40, is accused of killing and dismembering Jennifer Londono and then tossing her remains into the Hudson River.
The 31-year-old woman was last seen in Union City, N.J., on June 25., cops said.
Lolos has “consistently and repeatedly” been using Londono’s credit cards since her death, according to the Bergen County prosecutor’s office.
Cops arrested the Bergenfield man Thursday. He is being held at Hackensack University Medical Center.
Londono’s torso was found in Red Hook Channel, off Brooklyn on June 27. Police identified her by her unique Sanskrit tattoo that was tribute to her aunt.
One of the bar manager’s legs was spotted by a jogger near the W. 79th St. Boat Basin on the Hudson River last Saturday, cops said.
A dog found traces of Londono’s blood in Lolos’ bathtub, police sources told the Daily News.