A storm of bullets flew Sunday morning outside a Brooklyn apartment complex where police were trying to nab a suspected killer, police and stunned witnesses recounted.

Nobody was struck during the ear-splitting volley of gunfire near NYCHA’s Ingersoll Houses on Myrtle Ave. and Fleet Place in Downtown Brooklyn, cops said.

Officers from the New Rochelle Police Department were in the city searching for a man believed to be responsible for the fatal shooting Thursday of Andres Valenzuela in a parking lot as he finished his shift as a driver for Empress City Taxi, NBC New York reported.

Cops got into a shootout with a suspect they were trying to nab outside a Brooklyn public housing development Sunday morning, police said.

Nobody was struck by the exchange of gunfire near NYCHA’s Ingersoll Houses on Myrtle Ave. and Fleet Place in Downtown Brooklyn, cops said.

After the shots were fired, […]

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