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The 14-year-old suspected killer of a Barnard College first-year student Tessa Majors to jump out of a car while he was on his way to meet up with the police force on Monday, sparking a manhunt in Harlem, police sources told The Post.
The police have fanned out across 125th Street in particular, between Frederick Douglass and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. boulevards, and to look for the alleged teenage killer, the sources said.
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The high school student and an adult, were directed to meet with the police department on Monday, when the kid bolted out of the car, a high-ranking source told The Post.
The adult will be informed by the authorities that took over the area in which the trail of the teenager, the sources said.
The fresh-faced fugitive is one of the three suspects by the police in the fatal stabbing of a Major, 18 Jan. 11 at Morningside Park.
Major, a musician, and an aspiring journalist, was allegedly grabbed in a chokehold and repeatedly stabbed by a trio, in what police have called a botched mugging.
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One suspect, a 13-year-old Zyairr Davis, was arrested last week and charged in family court with the offence of murder.
He has apparently admitted to taking part in the robbery, but did not deny that he stabbed Majors, authorities said.
The third suspect, 14, was also arrested on Friday but released on Saturday, as police continued to build their case, the sources said.
The suspect, who is currently on the run and is believed to be that used in the racket, sources said.