An African-American Bronx shooter dumped his blue hoodie & mask after lethally shooting his victim

An African-American Bronx shooter dumped his blue hoodie and face mask after lethally shooting his casualty yet was later gotten on camera recording clad in a T-shirt copying the “I ♥ N.Y.” print yet with “N.Y.” supplanted by a pot leaf. The shooter shot Ezequiel “Zeke” Rivera about 9:15 a.m. on Sunday outside a Monroe Houses structure on Bruckner Blvd. in Soundview.

It isn’t yet clear why Rivera, who passed on at Jacobi Medical Center, was shot, however companions said he was a mindful individual without any foes. Recordings delivered by police shows the shooter, wearing a hoodie and cover, approaching Rivera and starting to shoot, at that point thinking back as the mortally injured casualty falters away. Minutes after entering a structure around the bend on Story Ave. The suspect is then observed leaving a similar structure without the hoodie and cover.