Overnight, A 36-year-old man in the Cypress Hills neighborhood of Brooklyn was shot and killed outside his home on the 200 block of Forbell Street. Upon arrival, officers responding to 911 calls regarding shots fired located a critically wounded individual. The injured male suffered at least one gunshot wound to the head, police said.
According to police, the shooting occurred around 12:30 a.m. early Wednesday morning near the corner of Glenmore Avenue when the 36-year-old was returning home from work. The Bangladeshi man leaves behind a wife and son.
ShotSpotter technology detected at least one round of possible gunfire around the same time the shooting near Glenmore Ave was reported. This technology picks up various sounds from a vehicle backfiring to fireworks. Officers responding to the area for the ShotSpotter tech received reports of a man shot in the vicinity.
We spoke with a community member Khairul Islam Kukon at the scene who knew the the 36-year-old Bangladeshi man,
“Crime has risen, there’s a lot of crime going on, lots of robberies going on. Our local businesses, right on Liberty Avenue had been robbed every other day, we have videos.
We’re aligned with the 75, 106 and 102(NYPD Precints) We’re bordering two precincts.
So a lot of times, you know, in terms of reporting you know, it delays when we make the 911 call who wants to come first.
By the time they come, the suspect is gone or you know, they leave the scene but this community has suffered for a long long time and this crime needs to end right now.
Today a brother got shot, and we don’t know if he’s gonna live or not but it is to the highest extent, something needs to happen right now, something needs to happen, this gunshot, this gun violence needs to stop right now.” said Kukon
EMS rushed the unresponsive 36-year-old man to Jamaica Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, cops said.
There are no arrests at this time and the investigation into this shooting incident is ongoing.
Video by Dakota Santiago (FreedomNews.TV)
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