2nd Man Wanted in Bike Trail Murder Turns Himself In

Police say 20-year-old Victor Borges-Rivera turned himself in Saturday in connection with the Sept. 23 killing of Luis Salas-Ramos.

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    Cumru Township Police Department
    Miguel Rosario-Ramos (left) is still wanted by police and Victor Borges-Rivera (right) turned himself in Saturday.

    A second man has turned himself in to face murder and related charges in a fatal shooting last month on a Pennsylvania bike trail.

    Police say 20-year-old Victor Borges-Rivera turned himself in Saturday in connection with the Sept. 23 killing of Luis Salas-Ramos. Authorities arrested one suspect two days earlier and a third is still being sought.
     
    Berks County prosecutors say the three men abducted Salas-Ramos, of Reading, before shooting him and dumping his body near the Thun Trail in Cumru Township. Investigators say they're still trying to determine a motive for the killing.
     
    Borges-Rivera and 29-year-old Jose Rivera-Aguirre are each being held without bail. Thirty-five-year-old Miguel Rosario-Ramos is still at large.