Cops looking for 11th suspect in innocent Bronx teen’s murder

The NYPD is seeking an 11th suspect in the brutal slaying of a teenager who was dragged from a Bronx bodega last month and butchered by alleged gang members who had mistaken him for another boy, cops said Wednesday.

Cops released surveillance photos that they said shows a man who fled in a white four-door sedan north on Bathgate Avenue after Lesandro Guzman-Feliz, 15, was slashed with a machete and stabbed with a knife on June 20 outside the store at 526 East 183 Street.

The man is between 20 and 23 years old and was wearing a shirt, jeans and multi-colored sneakers. He had his hair in a bun. The vehicle is identified as a late 1990s-early 2000s model year, 4-door Acura TL with damage to its rear passenger’s side door.

Ten men believed to be with the Trinitarios gang have already been arrested and charged in the case that was captured on grisly video and galvanized the city’s attention.

Cops have said Guzman was an innocent victim who was a member of the NYPD’s Explorer program for children interested in becoming cops.

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