A fourth man has been arrested in the shooting death of a 24-year-old man during a botched robbery in upper Manhattan, and police are seeking one more suspect in the crime.
Abraham Fiorentino, 24, faces murder and robbery charges in the June 8 attack on Charles Reynoso, who was shot to death because he fought back during a robbery outside a building at W. 166th St. and Amsterdam Ave. in Washington Heights.
Reynoso, 24, was hanging out with friends when three men drove up in a dark sedan and tried to rob them, police said. When he resisted, he was shot in the head, relatives told the Daily News.
Cops in July arrested three suspects in the killing — Michael Gomez, 23, Lewis Rivas Grullon, 23, and Ariel Muniz, 22.
Police in August asked the public’s help finding a fifth suspect, Kristopher Francisco. He remains at large, cops said Thursday.
The individual below Kristopher Francisco is wanted for committing a Homicide on 6-8-19 at 5:00am in front of 513 W. 166 St. If you have any info on his whereabouts please contact Det. Baboolal at 212-927-3780 or @NYPDTips 1-800-577-TIPS. All calls are anonymous. Thank you. #nypd pic.twitter.com/iUFWtmDo9w