East Coast Fugitives

Alleged Suspect Wanted for Double Murder in Philadelphia

Alleged Suspect Wanted for Double Murder in Philadelphia

ID #21-567

ID #21-567 Alleged suspect of double homicide

ID #21-567 Alleged suspect of double homicide

Philadelphia Police Department Press Release

The Philadelphia Police Department Homicide Unit is looking to identify the individual, depicted in the following surveillance video excerpts, who has been identified as the suspect in the homicide by shooting of two males, 38 and 43 years of age respectively, that occurred on Friday, December 3rd, 2021, at 4:47 AM, at 4017 Passmore Street.

After shooting the two victims, the suspect tries to steal a vehicle down the block from the shooting scene. After his handgun appears to malfunction as he tries to shoot out the vehicle’s window, he continues to flee on foot and enters a southbound SEPTA bus in the area of Frankford Avenue and Greeby Street, which he exits several blocks later in the area of Frankford Avenue and Battersby Street.

Suspect Description:

Black male, medium build, approximately 5’8″ to 6″ tall, clean-shaven, wearing glasses. At the time of the incident, he was wearing a black jacket over a reddish hooded sweatshirt with a white design on the center of the chest area, as well as dark-colored pants and athletic-type shoes. The reddish / orange bill to a baseball-style cap was protruding from underneath the hood of the sweatshirt which was pulled up onto the suspect’s head.

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