In keeping with NYPD’s fortieth Precinct, on Nov. 15 simply earlier than 10 a.m., two people discharged a number of rounds from their firearms at one another on 223 Saint Ann’s Ave.
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The NYPD is looking for two unidentified suspects who fired a number of gunshots at one another throughout a taking pictures that recklessly endangered the Mott Haven part of the Bronx on Monday morning.
In keeping with police, on Nov. 15, simply earlier than 10 a.m., two people discharged a number of rounds from their firearms at one another on 223 Saint Ann’s Ave. The two males then fled, with one fleeing towards Cypress Avenue.
Video surveillance from the incident reveals two males strolling with one man, sporting a blue hoodie and facemask brandishing a gun in the waistband of his black pants. An approaching male suspect, in burgundy pants and black puffer coat, fired the primary shot at point-blank vary that narrowly missed the blue-hooded man’s head, after which a second shot that hit the bottom.
The burgundy-clad suspect fled eastbound, because the hooded man fired three pictures into the road as two bystanders fled for security.
There have been no accidents or harm to property reported because of the taking pictures.
Anybody with info in regard to this incident is requested to name the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The general public can even submit their suggestions by logging onto the CrimeStoppers web site at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or on Twitter @NYPDTips.