September 14, 2022 | Brooklyn, New York: A 30-year-old construction worker who walked out of a building in Brooklyn, was shot him multiple times and killed when a suspect pulled up in a Honda.
Detectives in Brooklyn are investigating the fatal shooting of a male construction worker near a NYCHA housing complex Wednesday afternoon. According to police, the victim was approached by a masked gunman and the construction worker was shot multiple times in the chest and once in the knee, said police.
“I don’t know what happened, I’m just saying this is why I’m moving out of the state of New York.”
At approximately 11:58am, 75th precinct police responded to shots fired near the Boulevard Houses a NYCHA Housing complex at 656 Stanley Ave in Brooklyn. Upon arrival, police confirmed that a man was seriously wounded after being shot multiple times and requested EMS to the scene. Officers conducted a search of the NYCHA building, but found no suspect inside.
Police advised that the victim was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition but was subsequently pronounced deceased.
Detectives are searching for a ski masked male suspect described as a African American male dressed in all black clothing and wearing a ski mask, who fled southbound on Stanley Avenue in a older model silver Honda Accord with no front license plate and silver rims. The suspect is reported to have exited out of the passenger side upon arrival and back in, when fleeing, cops said.
“I don’t know what happened, I’m just saying this is why I’m moving out of the state of New York. I don’t know, I feel sorry for his family but hey, streets of Brooklyn.” -Community Member
There are no arrests at this time and the investigation is ongoing.
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