Authorities have not been able to locate or identify the perpetrator, who is currently at large.
Daniel Enriquez, 48, an investment researcher at Goldman Sachs who lived in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, has been named as the man who was killed when an apparent stranger shot him on the New York City subway. Enriquez was pronounced dead at the scene.
An unidentified assailant reportedly opened fire on Enriquez without prior warning when he was on the Q train into Manhattan early on Sunday morning, according to the New York Post. Enriquez sustained injuries as a result of the incident. This time around, it is the turn of the family.
In an interview with the New York Post, his sister, Griselda Vile, said, “No one, no one, no one should have this happen to their family.” The fact that they won’t be able to keep him in custody even if they do manage to find him is the single most frustrating aspect of the situation.
In New York, after an individual has been arrested and arraigned, the vast majority of criminals are allowed to be released on their recognizance; however, this option is typically not available for those accused of murder.