One of U.S. Marshal's 'Most Wanted' surrenders (PHOTOS)
PHILADELPHIA - January 28, 2013 (WPVI) -- One of Philadelphia's "Most Wanted" suspects has turned himself in, the U.S. Marshals said, because he saw himself on Action News.
Robert Shabazz-Davis, 17, was wanted for a murder that happened back on May 28th in the 1700 block of Ridge Avenue.
The Marshals said Shabazz-Davis was riding his bicycle when he allegedly rode up to a 22-year-old man and shot him in the back, killing him.
On Monday, the Marshals told Action News that Shabazz-Davis had seen himself pictured during a report on Action News.
This is the sixth arrest attributed to our partnership with the U.S. Marshals.
To see photos of the suspects still on the loose, see 6abc.com's "U.S. Marshals ID Most Wanted in Philly" photo gallery.
Anyone with information on any of the fugitives is asked to call the U.S. Marshal Tip Line at 1-866-865-TIPS (8477).
Tipsters are eligible for rewards, the Marshals said, at an average of $1,000.
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