Cops hunt Williamsburg murderers

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Cops are on the hunt for four men in connection with an early morning Williamsburg murder.

Police say the four men were all involved in the shooting death of 33-year-old Tyrone Woods, who was killed with a gunshot wound to the head and face at 12:57 Monday morning on the corner of Bedford Avenue and S. Ninth Street. Woods lived just around the corner at Berry and S. Tenth streets.

The cops responded to the call to find Woods laying in the street. Emergency personnel pronounced him dead at the scene.

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Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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Moshe Aron Kestenbaum from Williamsburg says:
Bring back STOP N FRISK. Mr Woods could have been alive today. STOP N FRISK is a matter of life and death. Mr Mayor don't be a murderer accomplice of good NYC people who obey the law and have nothing to worry from stop N frisk
April 27, 2015, 6:21 pm
Reality driven from Brooklyn says:
That's the dumbest response to this sad incident..stop & frisk ..really moshe... do the research, stop & frisk was so racist & another form harassment. Check your stats & facts together. Stop & frisk saved no lives, just destroyed so many!!!
April 29, 2015, 1:05 am
John from Bay ridge says:
Let them keep killing we don't need stop and frisk in my neighborhood lol
May 20, 2015, 2:36 pm

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