Miami police detectives on Sunday were still looking for the man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend outside a Little Havana drugstore Friday afternoon.
Investigators said Ifrain Quintana is armed and extremely dangerous. Quintana is believed to be driving a 2001 Blue Ford Explorer with a Florida tag.
Quintana is wanted for questioning in the daylight shooting of Ariadna Gonzalez Campa, 42.
Police said Quintana confronted Gonzalez on Friday afternoon along Southwest Fifth Street and Eighth Avenue, taunted her then shot her multiple times in front of La Milagrosa drugstore.
Among those urging him to turn himself in is his mother, Katileydi Quintana, who on Saturday made an emotional plea on Miami Heralds newspaper CBS4 for him to come forward.
Turn yourself in, she told him over the phone. Call me.
He said Quintana acted out of jealousy and Quintanas mother agreed.
You did it out for love. For love... Katileydi Quintana said.
Quintana said her son needs psychiatric help.
Gonzalezs 19-year-old son waited for word about his mother shortly after she was rushed to the Jackson Memorial Hospital. The young man broke down on the sidewalk when police told him his mom didnt make it.
I want justice for the man who did this, he told CBS 4
Anyone who sees the suspect or has information about the shooting should call Crime Stoppers at 305- 471-8477.