The New York Police Department released three photos of a teenage suspect wanted in the fatal stabbing of a college freshman in a park.
The unnamed 14-year-old is accused of stabbing 18-year-old Tessa Majors to death during an armed robbery attempt in Morningside Park on Dec. 11.
A massive manhunt is underway for the boy who escaped while he was being driven to a police station on Dec. 16.
The boy was on his way to turn himself in to police when he bolted out of a car that was stopped at an intersection in Harlem. He hasn't been seen since.
Police arrested a 13-year-old suspect who is being charged as a juvenile in connection with Majors' murder.
Another a 14-year-old suspect was arrested but when investigators tried to interview the teen with his mother and lawyer present, he invoked his right to remain silent and was released, police told the New York Times.
The 13-year-old told police he and the two 14-year-old boys went to Morningside Park on the evening of Dec. 11 to rob someone.
They spotted Majors walking by herself in the park around 8 pm. They tried to rob her but she resisted and put up a fight.
She struggled up the steps and collapsed facedown on the street. A security guard spotted her and called 911. She was in respiratory distress and gasping for air when medics arrived.
She was pronounced dead at St. Luke's hospital. The medical examiner said she died from internal bleeding caused by multiple stab wounds to the chest.
Anyone with information on the suspect's whereabouts is asked to call the NYPD Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).