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Man Gunned Down Outside Flushing Home Sunday: NYPD

163-10 45th Ave. (Google)

Nov. 5, 2018 By Christian Murray

A 26-year-old man was shot dead in front of a house in Flushing during the early hours Sunday morning.

Victor Alvarenga, of 164th Street in Flushing, was shot multiple times in front of 163-10 45th Ave. at about 4:30 a.m., police said.

Police arrived on the scene and found Alvarenga unconscious and unresponsive. He was transported by EMS to New York Presbyterian Hospital-Queens where he was pronounced dead.

Alvarenga lived around the corner from where he was shot.

The police have not made any arrests and the investigation is ongoing.

Police have not released information on the suspect or motive at this time.

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