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Manhattan Shooting This still image made from a video provided by the New York City Police Department shows the gunman, left, behind Brandon Lincoln Woodard pulling the weapon from his jacket pocket a moment before the shooting, Mon. Dec. 10, 2012 in New York. A security camera photo shows a man pulling a weapon from his pocket moments before police say he shot a Los Angeles man in midtown Manhattan. The NYPD released the photo Tuesday amid a manhunt for the unidentified suspect in the execution-style slaying (Ap Photo/New York Police Department/ HO)
This still image made from a video provided by the New York City Police Department shows the gunman, left, behind Brandon Lincoln Woodard pulling the weapon from his jacket pocket a moment before the shooting, Mon. Dec. 10, 2012 in New York. A security camera photo shows a man pulling a weapon from his pocket moments before police say he shot a Los Angeles man in midtown Manhattan. The NYPD released the photo Tuesday amid a manhunt for the unidentified suspect in the execution-style slaying (Ap Photo/New York Police Department/ HO)
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Published: Thursday, 12/13/2012

2 sought in NY killing of LA man

2 suspects sought in broad daylight killing of LA man in midtown Manhattan

ASSOCIATED PRESS

NEW YORK — Investigators have yet to identify a suspect in the brazen shooting of a Los Angeles man in midtown Manhattan.

A gunman and a getaway driver ambushed Brandon Lincoln Woodard on Monday after he checked out of a Columbus Circle hotel.

An investigation has led police to Queens, where they located the assailants’ car. Investigators think it might have been a professional hit.

But Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Thursday that police still haven't located the two men. They also haven't determined who may have ordered them to kill Woodard, or why.

The 31-year-old Woodard was a college graduate who had a history of run-ins with the law.



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