Cops: Innocent bystander slain during dispute

Police are looking for whoever fatally shot an innocent bystander in the Bronx. Cops say Gregory Velasquez was standing in front of a bodega on

THE BRONX - Police are looking for whoever fatally shot an innocent bystander in the Bronx. Cops say Gregory Velasquez was standing in front of a bodega on Castle Hill Avenue early Sunday morning when two men were having an argument. According to police, shots were fired and Velasquez was shot in the stomach.Investigators say the shooting suspect is known as "Jersey" or "Dinero." Cops say he is about 6', about 200 pounds, has a "Jersey" tattoo on his right shoulder and another tattoo on his right forearm.Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS.

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