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Woman Found Dead in Front of LeFrak City Apartment, Police Rule Death a Homicide

LeFrak City in Corona (Photo: Queens Post)

Dec. 28, 2020 By Christian Murray

A woman was found dead in front of her apartment in LeFrak City Sunday and police have ruled the incident a homicide.

Police received a call at around 3:20 p.m. of an unconscious female lying outside the front door of her 9th floor apartment at 97-28 57th Ave.

The victim, Renee Harris, 54, had sustained wounds to her left chest and the back of her right shoulder in an apparent shooting, according to police. She was taken to Long Island Jewish Forest Hills Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

No arrests have been made.

The police have yet to release any information as to a suspect.

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