Police name person of interest in NYC subway attack

Police name person of interest in NYC subway attack

Police name person of interest in NYC subway attack

VOA says New York City police named a person of interest in Tuesday’s rush hour shooting on a subway train in the city’s Brooklyn borough that left nearly two dozen people injured, but no one has been taken into custody yet.

Police said they want to speak to Frank R. James, 62, who has addresses in the state of Wisconsin and in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They believe he rented a van found 8 kilometers from the train station that is being investigated for links to the shooting.

New York Police Chief of Detectives Jim Essig told reporters late Tuesday that the key for the van was found at the Brooklyn subway station where the shooting occurred.




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