Edison / Liberty City

Police search for suspect in fatal drive-by shooting in Liberty City

 

mrutland@MiamiHerald.com

Miami police are searching for a suspect in a fatal Monday night drive-by shooting in Liberty City that left one man dead and another in critical condition.

Police said friends Ahmad Mackay and Frank Wiwo were standing outside a neighbor’s home on the 1000 block of Northwest 55 Street when a man sped by, spraying the two men with bullets.

Mackay, 29, and Wiwo, 28, were both rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital. Mackay died soon after he arrived at the hospital; Wiwo is in critical condition.

Miami police are searching the suspect, who fled the scene in a silver-colored SUV.

Anyone with information about the fatal shooting is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 305-471-8477..

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