Cops found at least two bags of body parts in the Bronx’s Barretto Point Park on Tuesday night — just days after police made a similar discovery in another Bronx park.
A woman alerted police to the grisly find Tuesday after her young son discovered the bags on the rocks near the Tiffany St. pier in the Hunts Point park, and saw a foot sticking out, police sources said.
Police were interviewing an ice cream truck driver who saw two men enter the park on electric scooters carrying three garbage bags at about 3 p.m., sources said.
The bags contained a foot and several other remains, sources said. It’s too soon to say if the discovery is connected to the remains of a woman found in two plastic trash bags outside the southern edge of Crotona Park near Franklin Ave. on Friday afternoon, police said.
Cops found the woman’s head, but other parts of her body were missing, sources said. Police on Saturday released a sketch of the woman, who’s described as light-skinned, Hispanic, between 20 and 30 years old, about 5 feet tall and 175 pounds.