Ms Valdez was last seen alive on Saturday evening when she was bundled into the back of an SUV in Enniskerry, Co.
The death of 24-year-old Filipina student Jastine Valdez in Ireland last Saturday grabbed the headlines in Dublin and sent shock waves to the entire Irish community.
Gardai are continuing to appeal for information on the movements of her suspected abductor Mark Hennessy over the weekend.
Citing reports from the Honorary Consulate, Ambassador to London Antonio Lagdameo said Valdez had just left her home in Wicklow County when she was abducted by a 40-year-old local man. Police tracked down the vehicle on Sunday and fatally shot the suspect.
I often wondered who she was and where she was going.
A vigil for Ms Valdez is being organised this evening in Enniskerry.
Helping Sanctioned Chinese Company Is A 'Favor' To President Xi
China and U.S. temporarily dropped their tariff threats on Saturday after setting up a framework for addressing trade imbalances. Trump "changed the dynamic regarding China but in one weekend Secretary Mnuchin has given it away", he said in an interview .
"Hennessy is described as having been 176 cm (5'9") in height, of slight build and balding. He was wearing a dark coloured t-shirt, blue jeans and grey runners during the time period in question.
"We would particularly like to speak with people who were in the Dalkey, Killiney, Ballybrack, Sallynoggin, Cherrywood and Rathmichael areas", said a Garda spokesman.
"We join the rest of the Filipino Community in Ireland in offering our prayers for Jastine and her family." he added.
It was established to "facilitate all of those who wish to offer support and sympathy" to Ms Valdez' family. Wicklow - where she had lived with her parents since 2015.
Both her parents moved to Ireland in 1985 and had since then became naturalized Irish citizens.
"Any and all funds raised on this page will go directly to the parents of Jastine Valdez to help them in the weeks and months ahead".