A 25-year-old Chinese man named Wu Tao (Tao Wu, both names are transliterated) recently drove a BMW sports carflushingHe rolled off the sidewalk at 37th Avenue and Parsons Blvd and died from his injuries. After investigation, the man had a gunshot wound to his right shoulder, and the case was changed to a homicide; Police recently released photos of the vehicle driven by the suspect and a 15-second video of the incident, along with asking those with information about the incident to have leads.
Video Source: Courtesy of the New York City Police
According to police sources, at about 9:50 pm on the 20th, Wu TaoMassachusettsBMW sports car with license plate passing through Flushing 37th Avenue and Bosheng Avenuecar accidentThe victim’s sports car hit a pole and overturned on the pavement. Emergency personnel sent him to New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital (NYPD) for emergency treatment. He died as a result of his injuries. No other injuries were involved in this case.
After examination, there was a gunshot wound on Wu Tao’s back. The bullet passed through his shoulder and remained in his body, causing the car accident. Police upgraded the case to a suspected homicide and stopped a white Mercedes, while surveillance video shows the suspect drove the car without license plates and thick window film, and the Mercedes-Benz driven by Wu Tao Number 144-55, parked near 37th Avenue, and then a man dressed in black got out of the back seat.
Surveillance video shows that after getting out of the car, he first pointed his gun at the victim, and then fired several shots at the other car. Wu Tao immediately fled, but a bullet hit him in the back, and he fled to 37th Avenue and Baosheng Avenue. The car overturned nearby; After being successful, the suspect fled in a Mercedes-Benz, and his accomplices turned west on 37th Avenue to escape. The entire crime process was over within 15 seconds.
Police released a picture of the white Mercedes car involved in the case and appealed for anyone with information to come forward. Police appealed that if the public see a similar vehicle in the video, they can call the Crime Stoppers hotline immediately. (800) 577-TIPS (8477), or log on to the Stop Crime website at www.nypdcrimestopper.com, or text a mobile phone to 274637 (CRIME), and then enter TIP577 Is.