November 11, 2017




2005 murder remains unsolved


YONKERS – State Police at Hawthorne continue to investigate the murder of a woman whose body was found covered by a yellow tarp along the side of the Sprain Brook Parkway in Yonkers.

The victim was identified as Angel Serbay, 25, of Yonkers.  The medical examiner determined she had been strangled to death.

A passing motorist contacted police on September 3, 2005 after he saw what appeared to be a body.

She is described as Hispanic, approximately five feet, four inches tall, 138 pounds, with a tribal rose tattoo on her left upper arm, a tribal rose tattoo on her right ankle, and a tattoo with initials on her left hand.  The body had been wrapped in animal print bed sheets and was wearing jeans, a blue, white and black-striped halter top and black New Balance sneakers.

Serbay was last seen near 160 Willow Street in Yonkers at about 3 a.m. on September 3, 2005.

State Police Troop K Major Crimes unit continues to investigate the homicide and has developed information that she may have been in the company of Christopher Gonzalez, who was 36 at the time.             

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the State Police at Hawthorne at 914-769-2600 or Troop K Headquarters at 845-677-7300. All calls may remain confidential.


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