A look at evidence found at the off-campus apartment where friends of Binghamton University student Haley Anderson discovered her lifeless body.
In March 2018, Haley Anderson, 22, disappeared from her Binghamton University off-campus apartment. Haley was a nursing student at the university.
Roommates and Friends
Haley Anderson, center, lived with her close friends Josie Artin and Mishela Topalli.
Searching for Haley
Over 24 hours had passed since last hearing from their friend when Mishela Topalli used the Find My Friends app to locate Haley's iPhone.
Orlando Tercero's House
Haley Anderson's iPhone pinged as being in this off-campus apartment -- the home of her friend, Orlando Tercero.
Who is Orlando Tercero?
Orlando Tercero was born in Miami, Florida, and raised in Nicaragua – where his family is from. He was also a nursing student at Binghamton University.
Haley and Orlando
Haley Anderson and Orlando Tercero had an on-again, off-again romantic relationship
Inside Orlando's Apartment
On the morning of March 9, 2018, Josie Artin and Mishela Topalli still had not heard from Haley. After going to Orlando's house and knocking on every door, they climbed through an open window and found Haley in his bed, strangled to death.
The Suicide Note
Orlando Tercero was gone, but police found what they believed to be a suicide note and confession written in Spanish.
Police also discovered footage from a security camera that showed Haley Anderson and Orlando Tercero entering his home at 3:15 a.m. Approximately seven hours later, Tercero, shown in the upper left of the photo, left alone.
A Drugstore Run
A security camera captured Orlando Tercero returning home with a shopping bag. Police learned that he went to the drugstore and purchased melatonin and ZzzQuil, which they believe he used in a suicide attempt.
A Trip to the Basement
Several hours passed before Orlando Tercero was seen on camera again. Investigators believe that this time he went to the basement to get some eye hooks.
Investigators found a tie hanging from those hooks in a doorway and blood on the floor, which they believed to be evidence that Orlando Tercero may have tried to hang himself – but fell instead and hurt himself.
Fleeing the Country
Surveillance cameras at JFK International Airport captured Orlando Tercero with his luggage and a bandage on his head. There, he boarded a plane heading home to Nicaragua, leaving investigators worried they would never capture him.