BROOKLYN — Does anyone in Clinton Hill recognize Jane Doe?
NBC’s “The Blindspot,” the mystery of a tattooed woman found in Times Square with no memory, is back in the neighborhood Wednesday, closing off some streets to parking.
The show will be filming on location at 284 Clermont Ave. throughout the day, according to City Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo.
The scenes will be shot inside the building and will feature prop guns that won’t be fired, according to Cumbo.
This isn't the first time "The Blindspot" has made a stop in Clinton Hill. The show filmed scenes for another episode at Park and Vanderbilt avenues last December.
A spokeswoman for "The Blindspot" did not immediately respond to request for comment.
Starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday, drivers will be unable to park in the following locations:
►The west side of Clermont Avenue, between Dekalb and Lafayette avenues
►The south side of Dekalb Avenue, between Vanderbilt Avenue and Adelphi Street
►The west side of Vanderbilt Avenue, between Lafayette and Dekalb avenues