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NYC Names Person of Interest as Subway Shooter Remains at Large

  • 23 people were injured, 10 suffering from gunshot wounds
  • NYPD is also increasing security around mayor Eric Adams
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The New York City Police Department has identified a person of interest in the chaotic Tuesday morning-rush-hour shooting at a Brooklyn subway station that left 23 people injured. The shooter remains at large.

Keys found at the scene of the attack belong to a U-Haul van rented by Frank R. James, 62, who has addresses in Philadelphia and the Milwaukee area, police said. Detectives were searching for James, who rented the van in Philadelphia, but didn’t know if he was the shooter.