Gunman fires round on MTA bus during scuffle with passenger: cops

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A gunman fired a single shot on a Bronx MTA bus during a scuffle with a person whose teen nephew he had been harassing, cops stated Thursday. 

The suspect approached an 18-year-old male passenger on the BX39 bus round 4:30 p.m. Wednesday and began asking him, “Where are you from?” and “Where do you live?” police stated. 

Then he allegedly flashed a gun he had in his coat pocket, footage exhibits. 

Fearful for his security, the teenager contacted his uncle to choose him up at a close-by cease, cops stated. 

When the bus stopped at White Plains Road and Van Nest Avenue, the teenager’s uncle held the rear door of the bus open and informed his nephew to come back with him, authorities stated. 

A gunman fired a single shot on a Bronx MTA bus during a scuffle with a man whose teen nephew he had been harassing, cops said Thursday.
The gunman acquired right into a scuffle with a person whose teen nephew he had been harassing.
DCPI

But the suspect confronted the uncle, sparking a bodily combat, cops stated. 

The gun went off during the wrestle, putting the ceiling of the bus, police stated. No one was harm. 

The suspect then ran off the bus, heading north on White Plains Road. 

A gunman fired a single shot on a Bronx MTA bus during a scuffle with a man whose teen nephew he had been harassing, cops said Thursday.
The suspect allegedly flashed a gun he had in his coat pocket.
DCPI

Cops say the suspect seems to be in his 20s and round 6 toes tall, weighing 165 kilos, with lengthy, black hair. He was final seen sporting a inexperienced bubble jacket, a inexperienced hoodie and black and purple observe pants.

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