The Broome County district attorney says evidence in the Haley Anderson homicide investigation will be presented to a grand jury.

Stephen Cornwell released a statement Monday afternoon indicating his office will continue to work with Binghamton police and federal agencies.

Detectives said the body of the 22-year-old Binghamton University nursing school student was discovered early Friday afternoon in an apartment at 23 Oak Street on the West Side.

Investigators on Monday publicly named 22-year-old Orlando Tercero, who is also enrolled nursing student at the university, as a person of interest. They said Tercero took a flight to Nicaragua before Anderson's body was found.

In his statement, Cornwell said: "Though we cannot bring Haley Anderson back, we will fight for justice."

Cornwell said if an indictment is handed down in the case, a warrant will be filed. He said if necessary, the warrant will be presented to the U.S. State Department. Then, he said, there would be a "call on the Nicaraguan government to extradite the defendant back to Broome County."

Binghamton detectives have not publicly said whether they know where in Nicaragua Tercero may be staying.

Orlando Tercero's name is one of three listed on a mailbox at 23 Oak Street in Binghamton. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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