Police are looking to question a Brooklyn man with a lengthy rap sheet in connection to the unprovoked, broad-daylight shooting death of a subway rider on the Manhattan Bridge, law enforcement sources told The Post — as cops released surveillance images of the suspect in the deadly incident.
NY Post Daniel Enriquez, 48, was riding the Q train from his home in Park Slope, Brooklyn, to Manhattan on Sunday morning when a gunman, believed to be Andrew Abdullah, opened fire as the train was crossing the Manhattan Bridge.
The sources said they were looking to talk to Andrew Abdullah, who has 19 prior arrests, in connection to the cold-blooded killing of a man headed to brunch in Manhattan on the Q train around 11:40 a.m. Sunday. Abdullah’s previous busts include raps for criminal possession of a weapon, assault, robbery, menacing and grand larceny, the sources said. He was still on the loose Monday afternoon.
On Sunday, Enriquez had planned to take an Uber to brunch but prices were surging due to the extreme heat. He took the train because the journey cost double what it normally does – around $20 – something that New Yorkers are noticing more and more.