UPDATE: June 7 - 3:10 p.m. -- The Steuben County Sheriff's Office released a new mugshot of Alyssa Jane Venable, Friday. In the picture, Venable appears to have shorter hair and a bruise on her forehead. You can see the mugshot below:

Updated June 7th - 1:14 p.m. -- During a hearing at approximately 10:30 a.m., Alyssa Jane Venable signed a waiver of extradition and was returned to the Steuben County Jail where she remains in custody. 

The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office is expected to tentatively arrive early next week to transport Venable back to Virginia. Venable is not expected to be charged in New York State as the case will be delivered back to Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office once she is in their custody.

The New York State Police is asking for the public's assistance in finding her whereabouts prior to the high-speed chase in order to construct a timeline and find a possible motive.

STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WENY) -- New York State Police have captured a triple-murder suspect from Virginia following a high speed chase on Interstate 86 through New York's Southern Tier, according to the Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office.

Alyssa Jane Venable, a 23-year-old woman, allegedly killed her three roommates: Robert McGuire, 77, Gregory Powell, 60, and Carol Reese, 65. They lived together at a home in Fredericksburg, Virginia. All three victims were found with apparent trauma to their upper body.

The Sheriff for the county launched a manhunt for Venable after discovering the bodies in the home Tuesday.

New York State Police were made aware that Venable was on the run in a 2009 gray Honda Civic. Troopers spotted that car around 5:45 p.m. Thursday, they tried to pull her over, but Venable took off. The chase went through multiple counties on I-86, reaching speeds upwards of 100 miles per hour.

"The Spotsylvania County Sheriff's Office put out a BOLO, be on the lookout for, so with their investigation they were about to put out to our area, and we utilized that to do our job," said. NYSP Troop E Commander, Major Miklos Szoczei. 

In Steuben County, police were able to spike her tires, bringing her car to a stop on I-86 Exit 36, the on-ramp for I-390 North. Venable was taken into custody without further incident.

Venable's car stopped on I-390 North interchange

The Spotsylvania Sheriff says she was taken to a hospital as a precaution. Venable will be extradited to Virginia once arrangements are made with law enforcement. 

"This is great police work. This was a very bad subject, based on what we know from Virginia, somebody that we're glad to have off the streets," said. Maj. Szoczei. 

No one else was hurt during the incident. 

Venable is charged in Virginia with three counts of second-degree murder and use of a firearm while committing a felony, according to New York State Police.

Anyone who might have information about the incident should contact NYSP at 585-398-4100, or email [email protected]