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Flushing man fatally shot near his home: NYPD

A man was found fatally shot to death in front of this Flushing home, police reported.
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Cops have identified the 26-year-old man who was fatally shot multiple times on a residential Flushing street Sunday morning.

Officers from the 109th Precinct responded to a 911 call about the shooting in front of a home on 45th Avenue near 163rd Street at 4:30 a.m. Nov. 4.

Upon arriving at the scene, they found Victor Alvarenga, 26, of 164th Street, unconscious and unresponsive with multiple gunshot wounds to his body.

Paramedics rushed him to NewYork-Presbyterian Queens hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Alvarenga lived around the corner from where he was fatally shot, police said.

Police have not yet revealed any information regarding a possible motive, or a description of the suspect(s) involved.

No arrests have been made, and the investigation was ongoing.

Posted 12:00 am, November 6, 2018
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OBSERVER says:
As usual check the fingerprints on the bullet, mr wannabe gangster will be caught soon. And im sure there's surveillance around the area.
Nov. 6, 6:57 am
Queens Man from Flushing says:
That area is kinda shady in the daytime then you can imagine what’s it like in the dark.
Nov. 6, 1:43 pm
161st from flushing says:
ms13
Nov. 6, 4:25 pm
Dallas Crumpley from Flushing says:
Wow, that neighborhood has unfortunately changed. I attended P.S. 107 which is located in that area. It was a very safe and desired neighborhood years ago.
Nov. 7, 8:51 am
Jr from Bayside says:
Don’t worry, John liu will solve this problem I’m sure
Nov. 7, 12:55 pm
The Venerable Stan from Flushing says:
Jr from Bayside— I'd be delighted if john Liu solves this or any other crime. However, I'm curious, how do you think he will do it?
Nov. 8, 1:58 am
Celtic from Bayside says:
So sad for sure. I also played roller hockey at PS 107 back in the 80s thinking I was so lucky to live near a great place like this. How times have changed. Thanks to all the filthy politicians who hate white people. You know who you are. Your days will come.
Nov. 12, 3:51 am

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