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Police obtain surveillance video showing Tyrese Haspil, personal assistant to slain tech CEO, ‘buying an electric saw and cleaning supplies from a hardware store just hours before he decapitated and dismembered his wealthy boss inside his New York condo’

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Tyrese Devon Haspil, 21, has been charged with murdering his boss Fahim Saleh
Millionaire tech CEO Fahim Saleh, 33, was found decapitated and dismembered in his Manhattan condo on  Tuesday
Police allege Haspil followed him into the building a brutally killed him on Monday afternoon, but returned Tuesday to decapitate and dismember the body for disposal
Emerging surveillance video shows Haspil, buying some of the implements he used for the crime
Haspil allegedly owed Saleh a ‘significant amount of money’ police, which may have been motive for the murder
Detectives started investigating Haspil after finding text messages in which Saleh accused him of stealing the money
Prosecutors claim they have footage of the suspect buying an electric saw and cleaning supplies at a hardware store on the morning he allegedly killed his former boss
A plugged electric saw was left behind by the fleeing killer and a similar cleaning products were discovered at the crime scene   
His sordid butchery was interrupted by the arrival of the victim’s sister police said
Tyrese Haspil [left], killed his former employer Fahim Saleh [right] 2Tyrese Devon Haspil [left], 21, has been arrested Friday by NYPD and charged over the grisly murder of Fahim Saleh [right], in his Lower East Side condo. The murder happened Monday, but was discovered Tuesday police said 
The personal assistant charged with first defrauding his tech entrepreneur boss, then murdering and dismembering his former employer, was caught by store surveillance cameras buying an electric saw and cleaning supplies just hours beforehand, prosecutors have revealed.
Tyrese Haspil, 21, was taken into custody Friday and charged with second degree murder over the grisly murder of Fahim Saleh, 33, in his Lower East Side condominium earlier this week.
Police say Saleh was beheaded and dismembered inside the luxury residence on Monday afternoon, before his remains were found by a family member the following day.
An electric saw and cleaning supplies were discovered inside the apartment.
Prosecutors have not released the name of the store where the alleged killer, Tyrese Haspil, was recorded buying the supplies.
However, Haspil records show normally resides near Prospect Park in Brooklyn.
The revealing footage allegedly shows former personal assistant making the transaction late Monday morning.
Tyrese Haspil was seen in handcuffs Friday after police arrested him on murder charges

Surveillance footage from Saleh’s luxury apartment building – located at 265 East Houston St – shows him followed into a elevator by a man wearing a black suit and mask.  It’s believed that man was Haspil.
Saleh, who was dressed in shorts and a t-shirt, reportedly appeared suspicious when the masked-man fumbled with the elevator, which requires the use of a key fob to operate.
The footage shows the victim collapsing to the ground as the elevator doors opened directly into Saleh’s full-floor apartment.  The doors then closed and obscured the camera’s view of what happened next.
Autopsy results released on Thursday revealed that Saleh was tasered and then stabbed multiple times before being dismembered.

Investigators believe Haspil returned to Saleh’s apartment on Tuesday to dismember the tech entrepreneur’s body after first stabbing him on Monday afternoon.
Law enforcement officials say the alleged killer may have been waiting for the victim’s blood to coagulate before dismembering him.
When police arrived at the scene, Saleh’s torso was found in the corner of his living room and his head, arms, and legs had been separated into plastic bags.
An electric saw that was still plugged in, a vacuum cleaner and cleaning products were found nearby.
Police declined to specify the cause of death, saying the investigation was ongoing.
They have also refused to reveal why only second-degree murder charges have been brought against Haspil, despite the grisly nature of the crime and their assertion that he was caught buying supplies beforehand.

Tyree Devon Haspil arrested 1Hours after he was first taken into custody, the suspect was seen being escorted in handcuffs out of the 7th Precinct by NYPD detectives for transport to central booking, wearing a surgical mask and regulation Tyvek coveralls 

NYPD Chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison said Haspil, who handled Saleh’s finances as his personal assistant, owed the victim a ‘significant amount’ of money before his murder, and there are reports that Haspil may have been embezzling from his employer.
Police believe Saleh discovered his assistant had allegedly stolen $100,000 from him, and that he set up a payment plan for Haspil to repay the money instead of reporting him to authorities.
Detectives started investigating Haspil after finding text messages in which Saleh accused Haspil of stealing the money, according to police sources.. Detectives started investigating Haspil after finding text messages in which Saleh accused Haspil of stealing the money, according to police sources.
Prior to his arrest, Haspil was reportedly residing at a luxury condo not far from the victim’s apartment.
Haspil appears to have been hiding out in an apartment on Crosby Street in the NoHo neighborhood of Manhattan, less than a mile from the murder scene.
Newly emerging  surveillance video shows Haspil on Wednesday around 12.30pm leaving the Crosby Street building where he was later arrested.

Tyree Devon Haspil with mystery woman 1Tyrese Haspil seen with mystery woman two days after alleged murder

Tyrese Haspil seen with mystery woman two days after alleged murder

Residents of the neighborhood believe Haspil had taken up residence at 172 Crosby Street as recently as this week, possibly through a short-term vacation rental service.
On Friday morning, detectives led Haspil away in handcuffs after his arrest in the NoHo neighborhood of Manhattan.

Hours later, Haspil was also caught on camera being escorted out of the 7th Precinct wearing a surgical mask and regulation Tyvek coveralls for transport to central booking.
Haspil, who is from Elmont, New York, reportedly attended Hofstra University where he studied arts and marketing. At the last count he’d gone to work for Saleh at his investment firm, Adventure Capital.


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