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Bertram Clark Murdered His Girlfriend In Front of Her Children, Police Say

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Bertram Clark, 42, is alleged to have shot his 25-year-old girlfriend and left her for dead in a pool of her own blood in front of her children. Clark remains on the run, and Miami Police are trying to track him down.

The incident occurred shortly after midnight on Monday morning in the are of the 1200 block of NW First place in Miami.

Clark and his girlfriend, Shanquendra Quenishea Williams, had been arguing earlier in the night. Clark left her apartment after the argument and returned to his own nearby apartment, but Williams called the police according to CBS Miami. Clark became angry about the call to police and returned to William's apartment.

Police believe that initially Clark pistol whipped Williams in front of her children, but as his anger grew he shot the woman multiple times. As Williams lye dying in her own blood Clark ran out of the apartment.

Police arrived to find Williams dead.

Clark, who goes by the nickname "Nobie," is still on the run and considered armed and dangerous. He's about 5'10 and 230 pounds. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 305-471-4877.

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