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

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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