Reporter: Lindsay Cohen
Update: New details in the Boca Raton Town Center Mall murders. The crime scene is one investigators say they've seen before. This case shows striking similarities to an earlier carjack-robbery at Town Center Mall.
Our partners at the Palm Beach Post report victims in both cases were bound at the neck and had goggles pulled over their eyes. In both cases, money was taken. In the August 7 attack on a mother and son, $1,600 was stolen; an unknown amount in the most recent case.
Two others wanted for questioning in this case are now in police custody. Both of these men found items taken from Nancy Bochicchio's SUV, but they are not considered suspects.
Police say a composite sketch of the attacker in the first case is a "person of interest" in the second case. There is still a $350,000 reward for the killer.
If you know anything, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.
Previously: New evidence found and a person of interest is arrested in the Boca Town Center Mall murders.
The man in custody may have key evidence in the double homicide of a mother and child - little solace to the many who gathered to say their final goodbyes.
The mourners came by the hundreds. "I can't imagine what they're going through, and it should never happen to anybody," says Judi Olsen.
Anybody from family and friends to even strangers saying goodbye to a mother and daughter found brutally murdered at the mall. "It makes me very angry. It's scary that we're not safe anywhere. Just to go shopping, you need a bodyguard," says family friend Stephanie Donner.
Police are reminding the public they are still safe despite the devastating double homicide of Nancy and Joey Bochicchio at the Boca Town Center Mall last week.
One of the men wanted for questioning as a so-called person of interest was taken into custody early Tuesday morning. He's David Goodman of Miami.
Goodman's father, Junior, spoke to Fox 29 Tuesday night through a closed door at his home. "He wanted something better for himself, too. But once he gets hooked on that foolish stuff, it's very difficult to get rid of it."
Police are now looking into whether whoever did this was trying to get rid of some of the evidence.
Our partners at the Palm Beach Post report that Nancy Bochicchio's cell phone was found near the Miami Arena hours after her murder by a homeless man known as Charles". He gave the phone to a Miami police officer. Authorities are still looking for that man.
Meantime, at the funeral home where the Bochicchio's wake was held, mourners are in disbelief. "I just cannot understand how any monster could do this to a woman and the child," says Olsen.
Goodman was arrested on a warrant for a stolen car but is being questioned by local authorities about the homicides.
The funeral for the Bochicchios is Thursday morning.
Once again, police are still looking to question another two people in connection with last week's double murder at the Town Center Mall. They are looking for one man who goes by the name of "Charles". He's the man police believe found Nancy Bochicchio's cell phone.
And the search is still going on for the man who's a suspect in the August robbery at the same mall where a mother and daughter were found bound.