Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Jewish Lady 50, murdered in Brooklyn, Video


The hunt for a killer is on in Brooklyn after police said a woman was stabbed to death just steps away from her home.





Larisa Komsky, 50, was killed while walking home after parking her car on Homecrest Avenue before 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Komsky was stabbed twice in the leg and once in the hand, police said. She was pronounced dead at Coney Island Hospital.

Witnesses told police they saw a green mini-van fleeing from the scene.
Shocked neighbors described Komsky as a friendly woman, who went to shul regularly at a synagogue on her block.


Komsky, an accountant, ran her own business in Sheepshead Bay, a couple of miles from her home.
“It’s unbelievable,” Boris Feldman, who owns a business in the same building as Komsky, said. “Very terrible news for us. She’s a beautiful person. The nicest person I know of.”
Detectives removed a box of files from Komsky’s office Tuesday.
At first detectives thought Komsky was killed by someone she had a relationship with but Guzman reports video has ruled that out.
A motive for the murder remains unknown.
The investigation is ongoing.

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