Police try to track down BX's 'most wanted'

THE BRONX - Police say they're trying to track down three dangerous suspects involved in separate crimes that all took place in the northwest part of The Bronx.

Authorities have released a surveillance snapshot of a male suspect wanted for the murder of a 25-year-old man. Investigators say it happened back on April 27 in University Heights at 192nd Street.

On May 16, a Hispanic suspect shoved a 36-year-old woman down, threatened her with a box cutter and fled with her cash, according to police. Today, police released grainy surveillance video of that crime, which happened in Fordham Heights on the Grand Concourse.

In Kingsbridge, a burglar made off with electronics from an apartment on Fort Independence Street on June 9, police say.

Officials are urging anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. All calls are kept confidential.Police release video of brazen Grand Concourse robbery

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