Man wanted for questioning in fatal stabbing of retired MTA bus driver

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BROOKLYN -

A man is wanted for questioning in the death of a former MTA bus driver.

Otis James, 46, was discovered fatally stabbed inside his Central Avenue Brooklyn home Tuesday.

Neighbors say James retired from the MTA last year and used a wheelchair to get around.

Police  say James had multiple stab wounds to his chest and stomach, and a knife was found next to his body.

Police say the man they are looking for has not been named a suspect, and that he is only wanted for questioning.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

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