Last week, a woman's body was found stuffed into a suitcase on East 114th Street in Harlem. Now, police have charged a 55-year-old East Harlem man with murder. And the Daily News reports that sources say Hassan Malik confessed to killing 28-year-old Betty Williams.

A surveillance video showed a man dragging a suitcase on the street (another showed him at a bodega, smiling at the camera). Apparently the video prompted someone to call the NYPD with a tip about Malik. The Post reports Malik "who has a long rap sheet for burglary and drugs, confessed to the strangulation slaying after he was grabbed by police and hauled into the 23rd Precinct station house for questioning."

And Malik's neighbors told the News that he appeared to be the man in the video, "They said he bragged about bringing women to hotels and robbing them of their credit cards. 'He had a lot of girls,' said one neighbor, who declined to give his name. 'He could talk. Sometimes it's not the looks. He's a people person.'" Neighbors also said police told them Malik's fingerprints were found on the suitcase.