A statement said the vehicle had been found in downtown Seattle, but did not elaborate further.
Investigators determined the remains, which were packaged in plastic bags, had been placed in the bin late Friday or early Saturday.
Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole said that investigators don't believe there are any other suspects in the case.
However, the Seattle Times reported that Lyne's head was among the body parts found in a recycling bin in Seattle's Central District, enabling detectives to identify her.A police spokesman said the bin would have been empty because recyclables were collected on the block on Fridays."The purse, the telephone and everything was in [her] house," Lyne's neighbor Edward Franceschina told Q13 Fox.They just pass you from one to the next and hang up, but if you were making a booking they’d answer immediately." The first hotel offered Helen an alternative apartment to stay in, but Helen refused due to her fear of claustrophobia preventing her from using lifts. "Customer satisfaction and the booking experience are priorities for us."We have been made aware of and resolved a specific technical issue which unfortunately resulted in a customer booking not being received by a particular hotel.The Associated Press reported on a negligent driving arrest in Washington State in 1998 and a second-degree felony for aggravated robbery in Utah in 2006.