Suspect wanted in shooting of Philadelphia Parking Authority officer may be connected to Bronx, New York Sunoco shooting

PHILAELPHIA (WPVI) — Philadelphia police say the suspect wanted in the shooting of a Parks Department officer may also be connected to a shooting in New York City.

The brazen attack in Philadelphia occurred around 4 p.m. on November 25 at the 4500 block of Frankford Avenue.

Surveillance video shows the male suspect approaching the 37-year-old PPA officer from behind and shooting him in the ear and shoulder.

According to investigators, the Philadelphia Police Department received information from the New York City Police Department that the man seen in the video may have died on April 22.

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The employee was shot in the head, police said.

The PPA officer, identified as Timothy McKenzie, is assigned to the Frankford Borough and is well known in the community.

McKenzie is expected to make a full recovery.

Police are investigating new video capturing the shooting of a Philadelphia Parking Authority officer on November 25, 2022.

The suspect is described as a slim male, about 5’7″ to 6’1″. He wore a dark blue hooded sweatshirt, green cargo pants, a black mask, gloves and black boots.

The suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.

The city of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Parking Authority have each offered $10,000 for a total of $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the man in the photos.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call police at 215-686-TIPS.

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