$15,000 Reward Offered in Mount Vernon Double Homicide


The FBI is offering a $15,000 reward for information regarding a fatal shooting that occurred last week in Mount Vernon, New York.

They are still hunting for Marco Tulio Fernandez-Rodriguez, who shot and killed two persons during a bungled heist. On Friday, investigators published new pictures of Fernandez-Rodriguez. They announced his complete name and the reward over the weekend.

Last Tuesday, shortly after midnight, a gunshot took place at 137 South Fifth Avenue. Law enforcement officials have recognized the location as an illegal smoking business.

The US Attorney’s Office reported that a group of suspects attempted to steal from a facility that provides materials to smoking businesses. While the suspects threatened staff and customers with pistols, a firefight broke out between them and warehouse personnel.

When cops arrived at the scene, they discovered that two people had been shot. One person was declared dead at the scene, and the other died from their injuries at the hospital.

According to officials, one of the victims worked at the facility and the other knew the accused.

CBS New York interviewed a man who has been working the streets for about 30 years. He mentioned having heard gunfire in the vicinity earlier.

“I’ve heard gunshots a few times in this area, but I’ve never really paid much attention to it,” Kiffin said. “I apologize for the occurrence of these events.” I found it surprising.

On Tuesday night, a few persons were arrested near the intersection of East Fordham Road and Hughes Avenue in the Bronx. Federal investigators arrested five guys for allegedly conspiring to distribute drugs, commit robberies, and murder.

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