No gun in N.J. home where MTA conductor's suspected killer died

Police did not find a gun inside the New Jersey home where fugitive murder suspect Zire King was hiding out after allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend Jacqueline Dicks, officials said Sunday.

King, 44, who was being hunted for fatally shooting the MTA employee in Brooklyn, was fleeing justice at the Hackensack home of another woman — believed to be a girlfriend — more than 30 miles away, cops said.

Police did not find a gun inside the New Jersey home where fugitive murder suspect Zire King was hiding out after allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend Jacqueline Dicks, officials said Sunday.

Police did not find a gun inside the New Jersey home where fugitive murder suspect Zire King was hiding out after allegedly killing his ex-girlfriend Jacqueline Dicks, officials said Sunday.

(Aaron Showalter/New York Daily News)

A three-day manhunt came to an end Friday when King committed suicide during a five-hour standoff with police, officials said.

Zire King, 44.

Zire King, 44.

(Handout)

No shots were fired, cops said.

Suspect in MTA conductor murder found dead after N.J. standoff

The Bergen County medical examiner will perform an autopsy to determine how King died, officials said.

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