UPDATED, 8 p.m.: GREENBURGH, N.Y. – A 20-year-old Bronx man who was shot Saturday in Greenburgh has died, while police continue to search for his killer.
The victim was identified Sunday evening as Kujtim Rushiti, of Wallace Avenue in the Bronx.
Police advised residents that this was not a random shooting. No further information was released.
Greenburgh Police responded shortly before 8:10 p.m. to the area of Tarrytown Road and Manhattan Avenue after reports of a man sitting in a car with gunshot wounds. At the same time, police said they received reports of shots being fired in the area of Oak Street and Warren Avenue.
When police and EMS arrived at the Tarrytown Road and Manhattan Avenue intersection, they found the victim unconscious in the front seat of the vehicle, suffering from at least one gunshot wound, police said. The victim, who has yet to be identified, was brought to Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla where he later died of his injuries.
Police said they have confirmed the victim was shot at least once while at the intersection of Oak Street and Warren Avenue, and was driven to the intersection of Tarrytown Road and Manhattan Avenue.
Police said early Sunday afternoon that they are continuing to investigate the shooting and no arrests have been made. The victim’s identity is expected to be released Sunday evening pending notification of his family.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Greenburgh Police Department at 914-682-5331.
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