CLAREMONT, Bronx (WABC) -- There is disturbing new information about the murder of a man with alleged mob ties.
The killing took place in the Bronx last October.
An Assistant U.S. Attorney revealed in court that Sylvester Zottola, 71, was tracked down with a GPS device hidden on his car.
Zottola was shot and killed while waiting for coffee outside a McDonald's.
Prosecutors say the device was linked to some of the five alleged Bloods gang members charged in his death.
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Attorney: Man with alleged mob ties tracked down with hidden GPS on car, murdered