Were you walking down East 114th Street in New York City Tuesday night? Did you pass a guy with a big roller suitcase? Because, uh, the police want to talk to you. Since the suitcase maybe had a body inside.

At around 12:15 a.m. on Wednesday, a man rifling through garbage cans on 114th and First Avenue found a suitcase. He opened it, and, surprise, "a leg sprung out," according to the New York Post. The 28-year-old victim, an unidentified woman, appears to have died from "neck compression," and the death is considered a homicide.

They've got a lead, though! This video, which shows a man lugging a suitcase down 114th Street "mere moments" before the body was found. (If you recognize the guy, call 800-577-TIPS.) Post commenters, as always, are hot on the trail, and have narrowed the suspects down to former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and "[one] of those ganster Italian thugs who was owed money."

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[NYP]