Cops identify NYC woman, 50, found shot to death in bathtub

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Authorities on Saturday identified the 50-year-old Manhattan woman found shot to death in her bathtub — and are looking to speak with her boyfriend in connection to the slaying, police and sources said.

The victim, identified as Ramona Rodriguez-Reynoso, was originally thought to have been slashed, but upon further investigation the NYPD said the woman was “shot in the back of the head.”

Cops found Rodriguez-Reynoso Friday around 10 p.m. in her sixth-floor apartment on West 167th Street and Audobon Avenue, lying in a bathtub, covered in blood.

She was pronounced dead at the scene and now police are looking to speak with her boyfriend, authorities said.

“It appears to be domestic,” a police source told The Post.

Community members who gathered across the street from the victim’s brick building late Friday night and early Saturday morning were stunned by the gruesome slaying.

“This s— is shocking,” said one family friend, 40, who declined to give her name.

“I known the two of them my entire life. It’s unbelievable. It’s shocking to me. She was a good person. I saw no problems. I’ve never seen no fighting.”

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