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Manhunt intensifies for Frank James, man of interest in Shooting in the Brooklyn subway

NEW YORK – The shooter is still on at large after Tuesday’s mass shooting of terrified passengers on subway.

The police are looking for for a person of interest who was identified as Frank James, with residences in Wisconsin and Philadelphia.

Investigators say 10 people were shot, but at least 23 were injured in chaos. Sources tell CBS2 it could have been worse because gun stuck with the bullets are still inside, and the officers found a bag with en arsenal of other weapon.

While the suspect fired 33 shots and smoke bombs, police say no victims are described as having life-threatening injuries. Doctors say many have been treated in local hospitals. already was released.

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Police say Frank James is the man of interest in Shooting in the Brooklyn subway and a smoke bomb attack on April 12, 2022

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Meanwhile, the NYPD in hot pursuit, search up and down for 62-year- Old James. Police say he rented a U-Haul found in Gravesend, Brooklyn, this could be related to the mass shooting.

Investigators believe that whoever pulled off in crime was a lone wolf.

Police say the suspect was on train at Kings Highway Station on Tuesday morning. When the train stopped in tunnel between the 59th and 36th street stations, he attacked by shooting at 10 people and wound 13 more when he supposedly set of smoke bombs, while wearing mask.

it was clean terror for riders who ran for your life through the smoke and away from the shots.

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Picture of bag full with fireworks, hatchet and more which police suspect could be part of of Brooklyn subway shooter gear.

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Police say the shooter left behind a bag with hatchet, two gas canisters, and one automatic pistol, which apparently jammed, possibly saving lives.

Investigators are still trying to figure out out motive, but James is said to be associated with some relatively social media messages.

“He mentions homelessness. He mentions New York and he does mention Mayor Adams and how result of that, in abundance of Watch out, we’re going to increase security for the mayor,” NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said.

Video from inside the train showed one rider trying escape in car with suspect, but the door between the cars was locked.

“Some people were covered in blood on their hands, they still had masks in their hands, one said the resident.

Other photographs and videos show bloodied victims. in in aftermath of shooting.


Gov. Kathy Hochul attends Brooklyn subway shooting, smoke bomb attack victims

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“It was the worst pain I’ve ever felt in my life,” survivor Huari Benkada told CBS2.

Benkada said he was sitting next to the arrow.

“I haven’t been able to see of his face. All you see is smoke black smoke bombs are coming off. Then people rushes to back- he said. – The pregnant woman was in front of me, I tried help her. I don’t know there were shots at first just thought it black smoke bomb. She said “I’m pregnant with a baby.’ I helped her, then the hype continued, they pushed me, and then they shot me.”

Good Samaritans Helped to Apply Pressure on wounds remain with wounded before help I arrived.

The youngest victim was just 12 years old and 16year- the old one was shot in hand. Governor Kathy Hochul met with him and him mother.

“Talk about her anxiety, all she’s got is her son’s just two of them,” the governor said.

She is also met with another teenager patient.

“I had the opportunity to meet 18-year-old patient, young Hispanic, who This student near of Manhattan Community College. He was on his way to school, she said.

attack raises new questions about the subway safety. Mayor Eric Adams still in isolation due to his COVID diagnosis, but said on a virtual announcement he is not rule out introduction new protective equipment, including metal detectors.

Anyone with Any information about attack ask call NYPD Crime Prevention Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). You can also send a tip via them website or via DM on twitter, @NYPDTips. All calls are confidential.

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