The authorities believe that a video shows a person of interest in the case. After killing Daniel Enriquez with the gun, Andrew Abdullah offered the weapon to a man who was living on the streets.
The search for the suspect suspected of murdering a Goldman Sachs employee on the New York City subway continues on Tuesday; the police have identified a person of interest; security video shows that the suspect reportedly delivered the weapon used in the murder to a homeless man after the shooting.
By using the telephone, The New York City Police Department has stated that a person of interest named Andrew Abdullah is being sought in connection with the deadly shooting of Daniel Enriquez, who was 48 years old and a native of Brooklyn. Enriquez was the son of Mexican immigrants. A spokeswoman for Goldman Sachs confirmed that he started working for the company in 2013 within the Global Investment Research Division.
After the shooting, the accused killer, who is 25 years old, allegedly gave the gun to a man who was living on the streets, according to a spokeswoman for the NYPD.
The homeless man reportedly sold the gun to another homeless man almost immediately, and the NYPD was able to reclaim it after it was sold. This information was reported by the New York Daily News, which cited anonymous sources.