The man suspected of shooting a fellow passenger on a Manhattan-bound subway in New York on Sunday has reportedly surrendered to police.
Andrew Abdullah, 25, who police suspect pulled out a gun and killed Daniel Enriquez, 48, in an apparent random shooting, arrived at a Manhattan police precinct on Tuesday to turn himself in, The New York Post reports.
The New York Police Department told The Independent it can’t confirm reports of the surrender yet.
The surrender was negotiated with the help of a Brooklyn pastor, the Post reports, citing unnamed law enforcement sources.
Family members of the deceased Goldman Sachs employee lashed out at the city, arguing leaders had failed to keep them safe.
“I think that repeating the statement that ‘the city is safe,’ that ‘the subways are safe,’ you can’t fool New Yorkers. We’re locals. If you step outside and people watch in your own neighborhood you can see crimes occurring,” she told WNBC.
“How do you fathom something like this happening to a regular person? I don’t want my brother to be a statistic. I don’t want him to be a number,” she added.
This is a breaking news story and will be updated.