Shooter Who Gunned Down Harlem Man Outside Tonic Opened Fire

NY Daily News reports that the fugitive gunman wanted in the Times Square slaying of an unarmed Harlem man opened fire instantly when the victim intervened in a fight between two women, cops said Friday.

Shooter Christopher Revis “didn’t give this guy a chance,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said of murder victim Persues Salichs. “He pulled a gun and shot point blank.”

The bearded Revis, wearing a purple jacket, was seen on video walking north on Seventh Ave. and then east on 49th St. as a bleeding Salichs lay dying on the sidewalk behind him.

Salichs, 32, a father of three girls, was gunned down around 4 a.m. Tuesday as he left a holiday party at the popular Midtown bar Tonic.

Man fatally shot outside Tonic was trying to help woman who fell Shooter Christopher Revis “didn’t give this guy a chance,” NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said of murder victim Persues Salichs. “He pulled a gun and shot point blank.”

Police were offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest of Revis.

The suspected shooter apparently knew the two feuding women, while Salich was hanging out with some co-workers from a Buffalo Wild Wings outlet in Harlem before his slaying.

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