Goldman Sachs employee Daniel Enriquez fatally shot on New York subway train in an unprovoked attack – NBC News
The New York Police Department released two photos of a suspect wanted for homicide in the fatal, unprovoked shooting of a Goldman Sachs employee on the subway. The suspect was wearing a surgical mask, white shoes, gray sweatpants and a dark-colored, hooded sweatshirt.
Two crimes on the subway in recent months have rattled the public’s confidence in the safety of the transit system. Mayor Eric Adams has increased the number of officers on the subways and released a plan to address homelessness.
The shooter fired a gun at a man on a subway train crossing the Manhattan Bridge without provocation, said NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey.
Officers responded to a shooting on the Q train at Canal Street and found a man with a gunshot wound to the torso.
Daniel Enriquez had worked for Goldman Sachs for nearly a decade and epitomized the company’s culture of collaboration and excellence, the company said.
Mayor Adams who is a former NYPD officer himself ran on a ‘crack down on crime’ agenda when his predecessor had taken a soft-enforcement and prosecution approach. A strategy that has back-fired big time in NYC which has seen a 46% increase in violent crimes.
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