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Police in New York City are searching for suspects Thursday after responding to three homicide calls over a 45-minute period last night.
The incidents happened in three separate boroughs between 10:56 p.m. and 11:39 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Fox5 NY.
In the first homicide, a Jeep was stopped at a red light in Brooklyn when a man on a Citi bike rode up and shot an individual in the passenger’s seat, Fox5 NY reports. That victim was pronounced dead at a hospital.
The second homicide, which happened in Queens, police say they found a man, 32, in the back seat of a Honda Civic with gunshot wounds to the neck and chest. He was also pronounced dead at a local hospital.
Another victim then walked into that same hospital with several gunshot wounds claiming he was struck at the same location, Fox5 NY reports.
Finally, in the third homicide, a man stabbed another during an argument in the Bronx, police told the station.
The victim reportedly fled in a vehicle before crashing about a half mile away. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
As of Thursday, no arrests have been made in any of the three homicides.