WILBRAHAM, Mass. (WWLP) - New information was released Thursday in the murder of Amy Lord .
Boston Police say they're investigating 28 year old Edwin Alemany. He's being called a person of interest in the death of the 24-year-old Wilbraham native.
Alemany was ordered to spend the next 30 days in a psychiatric hospital. He's charged with attacking two other women in Boston on Tuesday and Wednesday.
While police continue to investigate, family, friends and classmates continue to remember Amy's life, and what kind of a person she really was.
"She was one of the kindest and friendliest people I've met in my life. Two seconds and you knew how wonderful she was and that she was a special person," said Kellie Forrest of Wilbraham.
Wednesday night there was an emotional vigil at Gazebo Park, and on Thursday, a benefit dinner with all the proceeds going to the Lord family was organized on Facebook. It had more than 5,100 likes and was held at McLadden's Restaurant in Hampden.
Amy's friends told 22News that there are lessons to be learned from what happened to Amy.
"To always remember, especially when you are in a big city like Boston that it's much safer to travel in groups. Even if you are going to the gym try to always have a buddy," said Marissa Hyszczak.
Investigators say Amy was on her way to the gym when she was kidnapped and forced to withdraw money from several ATM's.