New York, NY – A New York Police Department officer was shot Tuesday night.
The shooting occurred at around 10:30 p.m. at White Plains Road and Lafayette Avenue in the Bronx, according to WABC.
The identity and condition of the officer have not been released.
One suspect is in custody, according to PIX11.
It’s unknown if any more suspects are still on the loose.
No further information about the shooting has been released at this time.
BREAKING: NYPD OFFICER SHOT IN THE BRONX.— ○FRUM NEWS REPORT○ (@FrumNewsReport) January 27, 2021
Incident happened moments ago. The officer was shot in the back. Condition unknown. Suspect escaped in black Jeep. #BreakingNews #police #shooting pic.twitter.com/qXnzozlhXW
BREAKING: NYPD confirms an officer has been shot in the Bronx tonight. Intersection of White Plains Road and Lafayette Ave around 10:30. @wcbs880— Mack Rosenberg (@MackRosenberg) January 27, 2021
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