The suspected killer who allegedly gunned down a 19-year-old woman as she worked behind the counter at an East Harlem Burger King was busted by cops Friday for the cold-blooded slaying, police said.
Winston Glynn, 30, — who previously worked at the same fast food joint — was hit with with first degree murder and robbery charges, days after Kristal Bayron-Nieves was shot dead at the fast-food joint at East 116th Street and Lexington Avenue, cops said.
Though Glynn worked in the past at the same Burger King where Bayron-Nieves was shot to death early Sunday morning, police don’t believe he targeted her specifically.
Police tracked him down by reviewing “extensive” video footage that captured the suspect carrying a backpack and wearing white headphones.
They then traced the video footage to a store in Manhattan where Glynn — who now works at another Burger King — used an EBT card prior to the slaying, police officials told reporters at a briefing Friday.
Mayor Eric Adams attended the press conference and said he felt compelled to comment on the case because of the cold-blooded nature of the killing.
“When I visited her mother, just sort of the pain of the face, how much this tore her apart. We don’t see those cries, you don’t see the pain often,” he said.
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SOURCE: New York Post, Tina Moore, Joe Marino and Amanda Woods