Police are seeking Ammar Harris for murder as the Las Vegas strip shooter manhunt continues.
Last Thursday, three people died after when Harris, who was driving a new black Range rover opened fire on another car that was driven by Ken Cherry of Las Vegas,
After being shot, Cherry lost control of his leased Maserati and plowed into a taxi cab which then exploded.
Cherry, an aspiring rapper and reported well known pimp was pronounced dead at the scene. The cab driver, Michael Bolden, and his passenger perished in the explosion.
It is believed that Harris and Cherry, who is better known as Kenny Clutch, got into some type of altercation at the Haze nightclub at City Center. Since both are reportedly involved in pimping women, it is believed that is what they argued about.
The argument then continued in the valet area of the Aria and ended when Harris fired the fatal shots.
The Las Vegas strip was closed down for most of the day on Thursday while police conducted their investigation and soon released details about the black Range Rover and their main suspect, Ammar Harris, who is also known as Ammar Asim Faruq Harris.
The Range Rover was found Saturday at The Meridian condominiums, a luxury complex located just off the Las Vegas strip on Flamingo Road but Harris was nowhere to be found.
The Las Vegas shooter manhunt continues for Harris who has a lengthy violent criminal record.
Police have also identified a woman, who was in the Range rover with Harris and named her as a “person of interest”. Her name is Yenesis Alfonso. She is described by police as a Cuban female with green eyes and dark hair who is 5-feet-8 and weighs about 120 pounds. She also uses the name Tineesha Lashun Howard.
Alfonso has a history of arrests for prostitution and other related crimes. She is from Miami and was listed as a possibly missing and endangered individual, although she may be working the prostitution circuit willingly and traveling with her pimp who she is a known associate of.
It is not known if Howard was the prostitute the men were arguing over and she has not been seen since the shooting.
The Las Vegas strip shooter manhunt continues and police have issued a very strong statement informing the public that they will arrest anyone who is helping Harris
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Ammar Harris or Yenesis Alfonso, or any other information relating to the Las Vegas shooting. you are urged to contact the LVMPD Homicide Division at (702) 828-3521 or to remain anonymous contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 702-385-5555 or on the internet at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.