The case of a serial killer who targets homeless people is being investigated by police in New York City and Washington, D.C.
At least five persons were assaulted, with two of them dying.
Over the course of six days, the attacker shot three people in D.C., one of them was killed. A video was released by police showing a suspect going down the street while eating.
After that, the suspected killer drove 200 miles to New York City, where he murdered two homeless men. A single person was killed.
In one video, the suspect is seen pushing one of his victims with one foot before opening fire.
Both mayors released a rare joint statement stating their commitment to working together to build an international city.
“We now have a cold-blooded killer on the loose.”
“Unless he’s caught, I would say there is an extremely high likelihood he will kill again and kill again soon,” criminologist Scott Bonn said.
A second massive manhunt is underway in New York City for the culprit in the stabbings of two Museum of Modern Art employees.
According to reports, the suspect’s membership was revoked after he was turned away due to previous occurrences of unruly conduct.
The knifeman is seen jumping over the counter and stabbing two employees, according to surveillance footage. The museum was evacuated, and the two victims were brought to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.
As per nytimes, Gary Cabana (60-year-old) is the suspect. He is still at large. According to reports, he blamed the victims in a text message to a New York Post writer.