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    Police Search For Gunman Accused Of Randomly Shooting Sleeping Homeless People

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    Laurel Duggan

    Police are searching for a gunman who they say shot five homeless men in New York and Washington, D.C., killing two of the victims.

    The New York Police Department (NYPD), the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced an investigation late Sunday into the string of crimes, according to a joint press release, saying they believed the murders to be carried out by a single suspect. Police in New York are offering a $10,000 reward for tips resulting in the arrest and conviction of the shooter, while the MPDC is offering $25,000 and the ATF is offering $20,000.

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    The first three shootings occurred between March 3 – 9 in Washington, D.C., according to the press release. Police discovered the most recent Washington victim while responding to a fire that had broken out in a tent, finding a man inside who had been fatally shot and stabbed.

    NYPD officers found two men who had been shot on March 12, police said in the press release. One man had been shot in the arm while sleeping on a street corner, while another had been killed after being shot in the head and neck while sleeping outside.

    “Our communities in DC and New York City are heartbroken and disturbed by these heinous crimes in which an individual has been targeting some of our most vulnerable residents,” New York Mayor Eric Adams and Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser said in a joint statement addressing the killings.

    “It is heartbreaking and tragic to know that in addition to all the dangers that unsheltered residents face, we now have a cold-blooded killer on the loose, but we are certain that we will get the suspect off the street and into police custody,” Adams and Bowser continued.

    The New York Police Department has instructed officers to inform homeless people about the potential shooter, according to the New York Post, citing an internal memo.

    The Metropolitan Police Department and New York Police Department did not offer additional comments on the progress of the investigation.


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