CROWN HEIGHTS — Police are looking for two armed men caught on video running from the scene of a Labor Day shooting that left 43-year-old Gov. Andrew Cuomo staffer Carey Gabay in a coma.
The NYPD released the video, taken from surveillance cameras inside the Ebbets Field apartments on Bedford Avenue in Crown Heights, over the weekend.
In the footage, two men are seen coming through a set of double doors in the building and running down a hallway. Police said both men in the video are armed; a handgun is clearly visible in the hand of the second man, who is wearing a striped shirt, chain necklace and backwards baseball cap.
No arrests have yet been made in the shooting of Gabay, who was walking north outside of the huge apartment complex at 1680 Bedford Ave. during the pre-West Indian Day parade festivity known as J’Ouvert when he was hit in the head by crossfire from a gang-related shootout at the building, police said.
In addition to the video of the two suspects, police also released a sketch of a suspect who is wearing a white T-shirt and a Jamaican flag around his neck.
Gabay has been hospitalized since the shooting last Monday and remains in a coma, his family said last week.