Yonkers police: 30-year-old Bronx man killed near Woodbine Street

Police say the suspect assaulted the male victim Friday at around 6:30 p.m.

News 12 Staff

Feb 24, 2024, 9:08 PM

Updated 92 days ago


Yonkers police say it was a 30-year-old Bronx man who died in their investigation into a homicide that happened Friday night.
Yonkers police say they received a call that at least one person was injured.
Detectives say first responders attempted to save his life but he died from his injuries at the hospital. Investigators did not go into details of the nature of those injuries.
Yonkers police had not released the name of the victim as of Saturday night, pending family notifications.
Detectives say there is no active risk to the public.
Some roads that were closed Friday night and throughout Saturday during the police investigation have since reopened. Woodbine Street was closed between Blackford Avenue and Glen Road, Blackford Avenue was closed between Sterling and Hyatt avenues, and Glen Road was closed between Sterling and Hyatt avenues.
Yonkers police are asking anyone with information to contact their Detective Division at 914-377-7724 or 914-377-7725.
The public can also contact the Yonkers Police Department's 100% anonymous tip-line by texting “YPD” and their tip to 274637.

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