Search for action movie who killed a man on the Lower Manhattan subway train continued to run on Monday when the New York City Police Department released first famous photos of suspect.
“We need all eyes on it,” Police Commissioner Kichant Sewell wrote. on Twitter early Monday morning, together with two pictures of a person who The police think they pulled out a gun Sunday and fatally shot a commuter passenger in unprovoked attack.
The suspect boarded a northbound Q train when, around 11:40 a.m., he shot Daniel Henriquez. in rib cage. When the train doors opened on the Canal Street platform, the shooter fled. just when the officers came down to the station.
Mr Enriquez, 48, resident of Brooklyn. who have worked for Goldman Sachs and on his way to brunch, was rushed to Bellevue Hospital, where he died.
photos that Commissioner Sewell released on Twitter show Human wearing blue surgical mask, blue hoodie, light- colored pants and white sneakers for a walk up what appears to be a subway staircase.
She is added what detectives need help with “Identification and location of this person who is an wanted for murder in tragic, senseless shooting.” David Solomon, CEO of Goldman Sachs said in statement on On Monday, that Mr. Henriquez “was a devoted and beloved member of Goldman Sachs family for nine years.”
“We are devastated by this senseless tragedy and our deepest condolences with Dan family during this difficult time,” Mr. Solomon said.
attack This latest in line of violent episodes in city subway this yearincluding filming last month that left minimum 23 people the wounded, and death of young woman in Times Square Station in January after being pushed onto the tracks.
Such incidents represent a huge obstacle for Mayor Eric Adams who repeatedly vowed to curb violence on Streets and trains of New York.
On Monday morning at Canal Street station, some passengers expressed deep concern. over them safety while driving on system it’s been blood circulation for a long time system of in city and this economy.
“His real scary out there,” said Dominique Lachelle, waiting for Q train on Uptown platform where the police tried in in vain to revive Mr. Enriquez.
Ms. Lachelle, aged 29 who life in Brooklyn and works as a front desk clerk at a hospital, Splash said of violent incidents have affected even the smallest of her decisions, like is she sitting down on her trip to work.
“I am standing up now, and I walk and stand close to the doors so that I can escape to another car If I need so that she added. “I do not want to be caught in middle.”
Mr Enriquez, whose parents immigrated from Mexico, born in Williamsburg, Sr. of four children. He is the fourth person in this year who was killed in transit system.
Despite the attention on recent violence fatal attacks on in cityx public transit is much less common how on city streets. serious crime crime on bus and train brands up just 2 percent of general city crime — the same level as before the pandemic — although passenger traffic is only about 60 percent of before the coronavirus.
However, some New Yorkers in Canal Street station on Monday said public transport was their only financially attainable option for moving by regions.
“You can not avoid this is because it works expensive use Uber,” said Hek Emra, 25, a concierge from Queens. “What can you do? There’s nothing you can do about it.”
Lanan Nguyen made a report.