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NYPD: 23-year-old Bronx woman killed in late night shooting

The search is on for the person that shot and killed a Bronx woman, police say.

News 12 Staff

Apr 26, 2022, 9:32 AM

Updated 789 days ago

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The search is on for the person that shot and killed a Bronx woman, police say.
Police have released new video of what they believe may have been the getaway car that one of the shooters took off in on the night that Sally Ntim was killed.
In the video, a black car is seen turning around the corner of what appears to be Morris Avenue. Police think this car is connected to the shooting on April 12
Around 8 p.m. that day, officers say two men started shooting at each other on Sheridan Avenue near McClellan Street.
One of the alleged shooters is seen casually walking down the street in the surveillance video when he stops to pull out a gun then runs toward a group of people standing near the crosswalk and starts firing at them.
That’s when bullets struck and killed 23-year-old Sally Ntim who police say was sitting in the passenger seat of a parked car. She was hit in the head and died from her injuries.
Police are still looking for the people involved in this shooting.
Anyone who recognizes the car or knows anything about what happened is asked to reach out to police.


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