The second man sought by police in connection with the September 12 murder of Victoria Carmen White, a transgender woman, surrendered on Sunday, the Star-Tribune reported.

Alrashim Chambers turned himself in at the Newark Police Department's 4th precinct late Sunday night.

Authorities allege that Chambers, 23, and Marquise Foster, 25, killed White during an after hours party. Foster, of North Plainfield, surrendered to authorities last Saturday.

White was shot dead during an altercation on September 12 at an after hours party in a Maplewood apartment. White met the men earlier that same night at an Irvington nightclub. Police suspect she was killed because of her sexual orientation and are considering adding hate crime charges.

The 28-year-old White, born James White, underwent gender reassignment surgery nine years ago and worked as a lingerie model.

Investigators believe Chambers and Foster learned that White was once a man “during the course of their interactions” with her, sparking the altercation.

The New Jersey-based gay rights group Garden State Equality had posted a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrests of the suspects in the murder.

Officials have set bail for each suspect at $1 million.