Members of the NYPD police stand near the crime scene at the intersection of 37th street and 8th avenue in midtown Manhattan in New York, May 13, 2015. A hammer-wielding man who hit three people on the head in tourist-packed areas of New York City earlier this week has been shot in a confrontation with police, New York media reported on Wednesday.

Police identify a suspect in the killing of a Bronx man in front of his son.

Officials say 19-year-old Zachary Brown was the sole gunman during Tuesday’s incident in Kingsbridge Heights.

Police say he’s a member of the bloods gang, and has 12 prior arrests.

Investigators say Brown and another man on a bike confronted 39-year-old Pedro Sanchez Almonte  over an earlier dispute.

That’s when Brown allegedly shot Almonte in the head, killing him.

Police say the man’s teenage son was with him when he was shot.

Another 25-year-old man also suffered a graze wound to his head.

Here’s another look at who police are trying to find.

If you have any information about Brown’s whereabouts, you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-8477.