Former Playboy model Christina Carlin-Kraft was buried at a funeral in New Jersey on Wednesday a week after she was found strangled to death in her Pennsylvania apartment while police continue to hunt down her killer.
Among the mourners was the 36-year-old father, Stuart, who greeted others outside the church of Ventor after the service.
Police still have to arrest someone for the murder of the model, but they accused a man they believe stole his apartment four days before he was found dead.
On Wednesday, they issued an arrest warrant for Jonathan Harris, 30, who believes he went home the night he died.
According to CBS, he sent a text message to a friend saying: "I just met this sexy ** b **** white at her home in Ardmore now."
She was sent at 2.40 in the morning when she was found dead. It is believed that he is the man who was filmed on entering his house hours before he was found dead, but never left in front of the camera.
Christina Carlin-Kraft was buried on Wednesday at a religious service in New Jersey
The woman's fiance, Alexander Ciccotelli, was emotionally out afterwards
Kraft's father, Stuart, shook hands with the funeral director, then
Christina Carlin-Kraft was found dead at her home on August 22. I had been strangled
They issued surveillance footage of the man who is black and wore a white handkerchief and a black jacket the morning of his death.
On Monday, the coffin bearers removed her from the church in a white coffin and placed her in a hearse adorned with flowers.
Kraft was killed four days after being robbed by Andre Melton.
On August 17, the model was turned off and "turned off" after ordering an espresso martini at the Sofitel hotel.
The next day, she felt "extremely sick" after waking up the next day with the same clothes she had worn the night before, but she knew that "she had not given anyone permission to enter her residence or permission to take her property" , according to Melton's arrest warrant.
The congregation emerged from the parish of Holy Trinity in Ventor, New Jersey somberly
The floral arrangements included purple and white flowers in homage to the model
Mourners arrive for Christina Carlin-Kraft's funeral on Wednesday in New Jersey
Kraft (pictured left in 2016 when she was accused of assaulting a restaurant manager and just on vacation) was found dead in the bedroom of her ground floor apartment in Ardmore, Pennsylvania on Wednesday at 9.15 p.m.
This still image of the surveillance video made in Philadelphia shows a person of interest in the murder of Christina Carlin-Kraft. It was filmed in her apartment the morning she was found dead, but they did not see her leave. The police still can not find it and they say that it could have come out by jumping over a balcony. He is believed to be Jonathan Harris, 30 years old.
Surveillance footage of August 18 when she seemed unsteady on her feet and stopped by a man when she returned home seemed to corroborate the story.
The video, according to the police, showed that she fell, but they picked her up and put her in the elevator to go to her second-floor apartment.
The police have not named any suspects in Kraft's murder. In addition to her time with Playboy, the model appeared in Maxim Magazine, Vanity Fair, Victoria & # 39; s Secret and Smashbox Cosmetics during her glamorous career.
Then, the man was filmed and left his house with a box of products.
Subsequently, Melton was charged with criminal intrusion, theft and receipt of stolen property when Kraft's design accessories and jewelry were recovered on his property. He has not been implicated in his death.
Kraft's father told DailyMail.com last week: "She was a carefree lady, she loved life.
"He loved being around people and he liked having fun with people and that's what I think happened, I think someone saw his happiness and took advantage of that."
Prosecutors asked anyone to recognize the man seen in the video call the Lower Merion Police at 610-649-1000 or the county detectives at 610-278-3368. Or send suggestions through the STOPit application using the code & # 39; MONTCOPA & # 39 ;.
The model just moved into this condo, the Cambridge Square Condominiums, a week ago