Search continues for suspect in stabbing death of retired bus driverPosted: Updated:
Investigators are continuing their search for the man accused of stabbing a retired MTA bus driver to death in Bushwick earlier this week.
Police say Otis Jame’s lifeless body was found lying next to his wheelchair Tuesday afternoon on Central Avenue. Detectives have since obtained and released surveillance video that shows a man walking down that same street around the time of the incident.
The retired 49-year-old leaves behind a wife and two daughters. Neighbors describe him as a nice and caring man, who got along with everyone.
Police are offering a $2,500 reward for the arrest and indictment of the suspect.
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