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March 21, 2019

Bronx triple homicide suspect hunted in South Carolina: cops

January 11, 2019
Investigators believe the suspect, Sam Cross, pictured, has ties to the area, and have enlisted the help of Charleston police to try to track him down (DCPI)

The manhunt for a suspect in a broad daylight shooting that killed three outside a Bronx diner last spring has taken cops to South Carolina.

Investigators believe the suspect, Sam Cross, has ties to the area, and have enlisted the help of Charleston police to try to track him down, authorities said.

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Cross was identified in late June as a person of interest in the shooting that killed 45-year-old Arileida Jimenez; 33-year-old Mustafa Tarver; and Christopher Alleyne, 33, in the parking lot of a Bronx strip mall on Castle Hill Avenue around 10 a.m. on June 14.

Detectives said they were searching for Cross, 51, of the Bronx, who they believe was captured on surveillance camera fleeing the scene.

The gunman walked up to buddies Tarver and Alleyne and opened fire, witnesses said at the time.

Cops believe Jimenez was not one of the intended targets. She was sitting at a table on the sidewalk handing out medical brochures.

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