BROOKLYN — The NYPD is offering a $12,000 reward for information leading to the capture of the suspect who gunned down an off-duty auxiliary cop in Canarsie.
Francky Aleger, 39, was shot in the back early Wednesday just blocks from his Glenwood Road home in Canarsie, authorities said. A passerby found him unconscious at East 95th Street and Glenwood Road, sources said.
He died a short time later at Brookdale Hospital, police said.
His heartbroken family said the church-going Aleger — who had two young sons and worked at Mount Sinai Hospital — wasn't a troublemaker and didn't have problems with anyone.
"He was a kind man. Not loud. He never raised his hand on anybody," his wife, Mislov Aleger, 39, said Wednesday night.
Now, the NYPD is offering the reward for information leading to arrest, indictment and conviction of whoever was responsible for the fatal shooting.