Van der Sloot Wanted in Peru Killing: Murderous Coincidence or Holloway Link?

This is a rush transcript from "On the Record," June 2, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: There's breaking news tonight about Joran van der Sloot. As you know, he is the chief suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway. Now, she vanished on May 30th, 2005, during a high school trip to Aruba.

And just a short time ago, van der Sloot was named the prime suspect in the murder of a 21-year-old woman in Peru. And in a disgusting twist, police believe the 21-year-old was murdered on May 30th, the five-year anniversary of Natalee's disappearance.

Joining us by phone from Peru is GRN correspondent Dan Collyns. Dan, thank you for joining us. And take me back to about May 29th or May 30th. How is it -- how do police believe that Joran came in contact with this woman? And what do they know?

DAN COLLYNS, GLOBAL RADIO NETWORK (Via Telephone): Well, (INAUDIBLE) General Guardia -- he's the police head of criminal investigations in Peru -- said that this 21 -- 22-year-old Dutchman was in Peru for a poker tournament. He appears with the young woman, the victim, Stephany Flores, in a surveillance video taken at the Lima casino in the early hours of Sunday morning, around 5:00 AM. And the two were later seen entering a hotel in the same district of Lima later on, the hotel where this young man was staying, by one of its employees.

Now, witnesses in the hotel say that some four hours later, van der Sloot traveled -- left the hotel, and according to the police evidence, he traveled more than a thousand kilometers by bus to Peru's southern border with Chile, where he went through immigration without any checks and crossed into the other country, where police believe he is at this moment, in Chile, and perhaps trying to cross into Argentina.

Now, Stephany Flores's body was found earlier today, Wednesday, face down in the hotel room, with abrasions on her face and body, signs of trauma, the police say. She was clothed. There were signs of a struggle. But the police say at the moment, they're awaiting autopsy results for the exact details of her death.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is there any indication, since Joran van der Sloot left that room on 9:00 AM on Sunday until this morning, when her body was found -- did anyone at all say that she had been seen leaving the room?

COLLYNS: No, no indications whatsoever. In fact, her father, who's a well-known businessman here in Peru -- he's actually a circus impresario and a former racing car driver -- Ricardo Flores -- announced that his daughter was missing on the Sunday. She was a young woman of 21 years old. She'd been out with friends on Saturday night. And apparently, she dropped them home at about 2:30 in the morning, before returning to the casino, where she met up with van der Sloot, only to leave a few hours later.

He says that he -- in television interviews in Peru here, he says that they had had an argument perhaps, that she was a young woman going out with her friends late at night and he was a protective father. And of course, he's very angry now that the prime suspect in her murder is a man that he believes should not be free, should not had been free to be able to do this.

And this actually comes on the evening of the wake which is being held for this victim, Stephany Flores. It's being held in Santissimo Nombre (ph) de Jesus church here, near the family home, and is being attended by many of Stephany's young friends and her family.

VAN SUSTEREN: Is there -- so the last known place of Joran van der Sloot is when he made a crossing from Peru into Chile. There's been no other sighting of him that you know of. He hasn't been spotted going into Argentina. The last you can confirm is going into Chile.

COLLYNS: Yes, that's the last sighting and that's the last records which the Peruvian authorities have of him. Now, the Dutch government has announced that Interpol has issued an international arrest warrant for van der Sloot. The embassy -- the Dutch embassy here in Lima would not comment further on the case. But the Chilean authorities have been alerted, and of course, Interpol, as well, and that they will clearly be watching the border with Argentina to see if any crossing attempt is made by van der Sloot.

VAN SUSTEREN: Dan, thank you.

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