Body Parts of Missing New Jersey Woman, Jennifer Londono, Wash Up in Brooklyn; Blood Found in Boyfriend’s Tub

Jennifer Londono, 31, of Englewood, N.J. has been identified as the tattooed torso that was recovered by authorities in the Red Hook Channel in June 2017.
Jennifer Londono, 31, of Englewood, N.J. has been identified as the tattooed torso that was recovered by authorities in the Red Hook Channel in June 2017.

An NYPD dog trained to find evidence located possible traces of blood from a missing New Jersey woman in her boyfriend’s bathtub, sources said Monday.

The 31-year-old woman, identified in media reports as Jennifer Londono, vanished June 25 from Union City. Police suspect that the two female body parts that washed up this week in Brooklyn and Manhattan shorelines belong to the young woman.

On Tuesday, a woman’s torso from the waist to her knees was found by a couple walking their dog in the Red Hook Channel off the coast of Brooklyn.

Her torso was tattooed with a word written in ancient sanskrit. After the woman’s mother spotted media images of the tattoo, which translates to mean “Lily” or “Lilyann,” she went to the 76th Precinct in Brooklyn to report it, sources said.

The tattoo was a tribute to the woman’s aunt.

On Saturday, a woman jogging near the 79th St. Boat Basin on the Upper West Side spotted a partial leg and foot with pink-painted toenails.

Neither city cops nor the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office have formally disclosed her name.

“We do not have information for release regarding this matter,” Bergen County spokeswoman Maureen Parenta said Monday.

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SOURCE: JOHN ANNESE, CHELSIA ROSE-MARCIUS, LAURA DIMON, GRAHAM RAYMAN 
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