CROWN HEIGHTS — Police have identified a fourth man they believe is connected to a gang-related shooting last month that killed one of Governor Andrew Cuomo's staffers.
The police department released surveillance footage on Tuesday of a young man wanted for questioning in the Labor Day shooting that fatally wounded 43-year-old Carey Gabay, general counsel at the Empire State Development Corp. in the Cuomo administration.
Gabay was shot in the head in the early morning hours of Sept. 7 outside of the Ebbets Field apartments on Bedford Avenue in Crown Heights during the pre-West Indian Day Parade event J’Ouvert. Officials later said the violence was the result of a gang dispute and that Gabay was not the intended target.
He succumbed to his injuries 10 days later and was laid to rest in a funeral service on Sept. 26.
The video released by the NYPD Tuesday shows the wanted man walking in a group of people wearing a button-down sweater, glasses and a backwards baseball cap.
The department has already identified three men wanted for questioning in the shooting, previously releasing a sketch of one suspect and a video of two others seen carrying guns shortly after the shooting.
No suspects have been identified in the killing and no arrests have been made.
Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.