It has been revealed that the eldest of the two sisters whose bodies were washed along the Hudson River lived in a high-rise apartment in Virginia.
The last known address of Rotana Farea was at the Skyline apartments in Falls Church.
The 22-year-old girl and her sister Tala, 16, were found dead last week in the Upper West Side of New York.
Authorities believe the sisters may have died in a suicide pact, but the questions keep turning on when they disappeared and how they ended up in New York.
The mystery continues to surround how the bodies of Rotana Farea, 22, (left) and her 16-year-old sister, Tala Farea (right) were washed along the Hudson River last week. They are shown here in sketches published by the New York Police Department.
The last known address of Rotana Farea was at the Skyline apartments in Falls Church, Virginia
The sisters lived in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia before moving to the United States with their mother, who lives in Virginia.
It is known for the last time that Rotana lived in the apartment of Falls Church with a man named Abdulsalam Farea.
Their relationship is not clear, as if Tala lived with them.
Family members say that the mother of the sisters reported that Tala had disappeared two months ago, but stopped the search after discovering that she was in New York visiting her sister.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children said that Tala was last seen on August 24. The alert said he could be with his sister.
It is known for the last time that Rotana lived in the apartment with a man named Abdulsalam Farea. Their relationship remains unknown, just as if Tala lived with them.
The bodies of the two women who were bound by duct tape were washed from the Hudson River in New York on Wednesday. Here you see the police taking out one of the bodies.
Fairfax police confirmed to DailyMail.com that at least one sister of Farea was reported missing by the family.
They said there was no reason to think that the sister was kidnapped or in danger, which is why no images were released to the public.
The relatives told Arab News that the two sisters had only lost contact with their mother a week ago.
They insist that the couple did not kill themselves and are waiting to find out the cause of death of the Head of Medical Examiners, who has not yet published the results of the autopsies.
Authorities received a 911 call at 2.40 pm from a passer-by who saw the two bodies floating in the water in the Upper West Side neighborhood of the city
You can see the authorities loading two stretchers while clearing the bodies of the scene
The bodies lay on rocks near the river when the authorities arrived on the scene.
Rotana and Tala found themselves fully dressed, dressed in black fur-lined jackets and black leggings, when their bodies were washed near Riverside Park last week.
Their bodies were tied with duct tape that was tied around their feet and waists. The two were found facing each other.
Authorities believe the women jumped off the George Washington Bridge, their bodies floating six miles downstream before reaching Riverside Park.
A passerby called 911 at two forty in the afternoon on Wednesday, after observing the two bodies, which were found lying on the rocks by the river when the police arrived at the scene.
None of the bodies showed signs of trauma.
The sisters' father has arrived in New York after the news of his death.
Police believe that women may have jumped off the George Washington Bridge (pictured) before their bodies floated six miles down the river, where they were seen in Riverside Park