A 40-year-old man is shot dead, two others are injured by a hail of 30 bullets outside a store in Brooklyn.

A 40-year-old man is shot dead, two others are injured by a hail of 30 bullets outside a store in Brooklyn.

One person was killed and two others were injured after more than 30 bullets were fired outside a Brooklyn store on Thursday afternoon.

One victim was shot multiple times in the chest during a shooting on Willmore Street off East 98th Street in Brownsville just before 2:30 p.m., police said.

The officers added that they understood the man was the intended target of the attack.

At least one militant participated in the shooting and fired more than 30 bullets at two victims before fleeing the scene.

Two victims, both 40 years old, were taken to Brookdale University Hospital, but the man, who was shot in the chest, could not be saved.

Another man was shot several times in the leg and arm but was in stable condition late Thursday evening. The third victim was taken to Mount Sinai hospital with a hip wound.

Police evidence markers litter the street outside a Brooklyn store after one person was killed and two were injured in an afternoon shooting Thursday.

Police evidence markers litter the street outside a Brooklyn store after one person was killed and two were injured in an afternoon shooting Thursday.

Armed police arrived at the scene on Willmore Street off East 98th Street in Brownsville just after the shooting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

Armed police arrived at the scene on Willmore Street off East 98th Street in Brownsville just after the shooting at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.

At least one gunman was involved in the shooting and fired more than 30 bullets at two victims before fleeing the scene, police said (pictured from the scene).

At least one gunman was involved in the shooting and fired more than 30 bullets at two victims before fleeing the scene, police said (pictured from the scene).

An NYPD spokesman said it was not yet clear what the motive for the attack was, but an investigation had been launched.

So far, no one has been arrested and police are looking for a suspect who was last seen wearing a black leather jacket and black gloves.

Police added that the injured man refused to cooperate with police investigating the shooting.

This is the latest surge in crime, especially violent crime, in New York and across the country in the past year.

Many different factors have been blamed for this rise, including increased tensions between the police and the public, unemployment rates, politicians’ softness on crime, and bail reform.

An NYPD spokesman said it was not yet clear what the motive for the attack was, but that an investigation had been launched (pictured evidence markers outside the store).

An NYPD spokesman said it was not yet clear what the motive for the attack was, but that an investigation had been launched (pictured evidence markers outside the store).

The two victims, both aged 40, were taken to Brookdale University Hospital, but the man, who was shot in the chest, could not be saved after the shooting (pictured is armed police at the scene).

The two victims, both aged 40, were taken to Brookdale University Hospital, but the man, who was shot in the chest, could not be saved after the shooting (pictured is armed police at the scene).

Police (pictured from the scene) said one man was shot multiple times in the leg and arm but was in stable condition late Thursday, and a third man was admitted to Mount Sinai hospital with a hip wound.

Police (pictured from the scene) said one man was shot multiple times in the leg and arm but was in stable condition late Thursday, and a third man was admitted to Mount Sinai hospital with a hip wound.

An NYPD spokesman said it was not yet clear what the motive for the attack was, but that an investigation had been launched.

An NYPD spokesman said it was not yet clear what the motive for the attack was, but that an investigation had been launched.

Police add that the injured man refused to cooperate with police investigating the shooting (pictured are evidence markers at the scene)

Police add that the injured man refused to cooperate with police investigating the shooting (pictured are evidence markers at the scene)

Armed police were spotted outside a Brooklyn store after Thursday's shooting - the latest surge in crime, especially violent crime, in New York City in over a year.

Armed police were spotted outside a Brooklyn store after Thursday’s shooting – the latest surge in crime, especially violent crime, in New York City in over a year.

Nearly every police station in the city has seen a surge in crime this year, including five where crime rates have doubled, new NYPD figures show.

Nearly every police station in the city has seen a surge in crime this year, including five where crime rates have doubled, new NYPD figures show.

Nearly every police station in the city has seen a surge in crime this year, including five where crime rates have doubled, new NYPD data shows.

According to recently released statistics, 72 of the 77 districts in the five districts saw an increase in crime this year compared to the same period in 2021, and only three recorded a slight decrease in the number of criminal offenses.

Two sites, including one spanning the city’s picturesque Central Park, saw no change at all, a statistic that can be misleading due to the area’s low crime rate compared to actual populated areas.

Since Mayor Eric Adams unveiled his “Plan to End Gun Violence” on January 24, at least 49 people have been shot dead in the “City that Never Sleeps” and at least 12 people have been killed.

New York City is currently experiencing a skyrocketing crime rate and an increase in shooting incidents not seen since the mid-2000s.

New York City is currently experiencing a skyrocketing crime rate and an increase in shooting incidents not seen since the mid-2000s.

A 40-year-old man is shot dead, two others are injured by a hail of 30 bullets outside a store in Brooklyn.

Violent crime has skyrocketed in the city as a whole over the past year, with many different factors cited as potential causes, including heightened tensions between the police and the public, unemployment rates, politicians’ soft on crime, and reform of the bail system.

According to recently released crime figures that take into account crimes committed up to the week ending Feb. 6, robberies are up nearly 35 percent compared to the same period in 2021.

According to the data, the number of rapes also increased by more than 35 percent, and overall crime in the Big Apple rose sharply by 41.65 percent.

Murders, meanwhile, are down 13 percent from last year, while shootings are up an astounding 30 percent.

New NYPD CompStat data shows five precincts have seen total crime double since the start of the year in the Manhattan, Queens and Brooklyn boroughs.

West Harlem’s 26th Precinct recorded a 122 percent increase in overall crime, primarily driven by an increase in burglary, grand larceny, and assault.

In Manhattan County, the number of burglaries soared to 30 this year, compared to seven burglaries in the same period in 2021—an increase of more than 400 percent—while grand burglaries and felony assaults increased nearly doubled from 15 to 29 and from eight to 15, respectively. .

The area was put on hold over the weekend after an off-duty NYPD officer was shot and injured after attending a memorial service in the area – the seventh police officer to be shot dead in the city this year.

Nearly every NYPD police station has seen a surge in crime this year, including five where crime rates have doubled, new NYPD data shows.

Nearly every NYPD police station has seen a surge in crime this year, including five where crime rates have doubled, new NYPD data shows.

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