Hugo Morales Obituary, Death – The identity of the man who was stabbed to death at a pier on Manhattan’s West Side, which is a popular tourist destination, was revealed by the police on Friday. Hugo Morales, 35, was shot and murdered in an altercation that took place shortly before 6 a.m. on Thursday at the park at Pier 84, which is located between the Circle Line terminal and the Intrepid Museum. It is not yet known what led to the stabbing, but according to the police, both the suspect and the victim appeared to know each other and had been drinking prior to the incident.
The person who is the primary suspect in the homicide has fair skin and a haircut in the style of Caesar. According to the authorities, he was carrying a cross-body bag as well as a black backpack, and he was dressed in a white shirt, light shorts, and white sneakers. West New York, New Jersey was where Morales made his home.
According to a source within the police department, the stabbing was caught on film. According to the police, the individual who stabbed someone fled the scene together with five other individuals who were on the pier. Morales was taken to Mount Sinai Morningside Hospital in an attempt to save his life, but it was to no avail. According to the video evidence that was made public by the police, investigators tracked the fleeing suspect and his companion via video surveillance cameras, and they zeroed in on them as they hopped the subway turnstile.