The body of the missing Brooklyn boy Leibby Kletzky, 8, is expected to be buried today, according to NY1.
Meanwhile, a man in his 30s, who police say allegedly made implicating statements in Kletzky's death, is still in police custody, authorities told NY1.
Authorities haven't identified the man but said he was at his attic apartment in the Kensington section of Brooklyn. That's where authorities say they found a refrigerator with human remains, NY1 reported.
The remains are believed to be that of 8-year-old Kletzky, and other suspected body parts were found Wednesday morning a dumpster in Sunset Park. Those parts were wrapped in a black plastic garbage bag inside a suitcase, according to reports.
The suspect was seen on surveillance video footage entering a dentist's office, but didn't know who he was. Detectives later got his address there, according to NY1.
CBS reported that Kletzky was seen on surveillance video footage wearing a backpack walking down the street. Chief police spokesman Paul Browne has said the man walking near the boy in the video is in custody.
Kletzky was last seen around 5 p.m. on Monday near 44th Street and 12th Avenue in the Borough Park section of Brooklyn. He was returning from day camp and was to meet his mother nearby but never showed up.
It was reported that Kletzky had begged his parents to let him walk home, and they gave him a note stating he wouldn't be taking the bus, according to a CBS article.
The boy's disappearance resulted in a huge search late Monday after involving the orthodox Jewish community, the New York Police Department and the FBI.
Assemblyman Dov Hikind, who helped head up the search for the eight year old, told NY1 that it's hard to comprehend what happened.
It's something that I, like every school parent would think today, how could something like this happen? How is it possible that someone could take a nine-year-old, a little boy, an innocent little boy, and do what he did to this little child? Hikind said on a phone interview with NY1. People are out here in the streets where the family is. I met with the family many times yesterday and just tried to give them strength and hope that things will turn out well. Oh my god, oh my god.