New York City police respond to three homicide calls in less than an hour

The incidents unfolded in the Queens, Brooklyn and Bronx boroughs

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Police in New York City are searching for suspects Thursday after responding to three homicide calls over a 45-minute period last night. 

The incidents happened in three separate boroughs between 10:56 p.m. and 11:39 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Fox5 NY. 

In the first homicide, a Jeep was stopped at a red light in Brooklyn when a man on a Citi bike rode up and shot an individual in the passenger’s seat, Fox5 NY reports. That victim was pronounced dead at a hospital. 

The second homicide, which happened in Queens, police say they found a man, 32, in the back seat of a Honda Civic with gunshot wounds to the neck and chest. He was also pronounced dead at a local hospital. 

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A Jeep was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Classon and Atlantic Avenues in Brooklyn when a man on a Citi bike shot the passenger, according to Fox5 NY.

A Jeep was stopped at a red light at the intersection of Classon and Atlantic Avenues in Brooklyn when a man on a Citi bike shot the passenger, according to Fox5 NY. (Google Maps)

Another victim then walked into that same hospital with several gunshot wounds claiming he was struck at the same location, Fox5 NY reports. 

Finally, in the third homicide, a man stabbed another during an argument in the Bronx, police told the station. 

The New York City Police Department is searching for suspects.

The New York City Police Department is searching for suspects. (REUTERS/Brendan McDermid)

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The victim reportedly fled in a vehicle before crashing about a half mile away. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene. 

As of Thursday, no arrests have been made in any of the three homicides.