BRIDGEPORT - The alleged shooter in a Bridgeport murder caught on camera is in custody.U.S. Marshals yesterday arrested 26-year-old Jihad Harvey in Washington, D.C., for the murder of 35-year-old Robert Moales in Bridgeport nearly two months ago.Moales' family says they're relieved the suspect was caught, but they haven't gotten over their son's tragic and brutal murder.Sunny Gail Wright, Moales' mother, says Moales was driving her to Trumbull when he stopped off at a Bridgeport grocery store to buy cigarettes. As Moales walked back to his car, a man suddenly opened fire.Moales' parents say the shooter's alleged accomplice, 27-year-old Vincent Wilson, who was seen giving the suspect a handgun, happens to be a family friend. Wilson was arrested the morning after the murder.Police say an extradition hearing will be held next week to arrange for Harvey's return to Connecticut.

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