NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — There’s an update on the suspect accused in the murder of a tech CEO in Manhattan.

Tyrese Haspil pleaded not guilty at a Skype arraignment Tuesday.

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Haspil is accused of killing and dismembering Fahim Saleh in his luxury condo on East Houston Street in July.

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Sources tell CBS2 Haspil worked for Saleh and owed him nearly $100,000.

Haspil’s case has been adjourned until January.

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