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Subway shooter Andrew Abdullah is ‘negotiating his surrender to cops’: Gang member is brokering deal through a minister who showed up to police precinct in a Rolls Royce

  • Andrew Abdullah is wanted for shooting dead Daniel Enriquez on Sunday at 11.42am on the Manhattan-bound Q train 
  • On Tuesday, there were confused reports that he had handed himself in to police
  • Instead, a minister from Brooklyn traveled to the Chinatown Fifth Precinct to negotiate on his behalf
  • The minister showed up in a Rolls Royce to make a deal with detectives 
  • Now, it’s unclear where he alleged gunman is and if he plans to surrender 
  • The entire debacle makes a mockery of the NYPD which failed to find the gunman after two days
  • In April, gunman Frank James handed himself in to cops two days after shooting ten people on a different subway train  

The subway shooting suspect wanted for killing a man on Sunday is reportedly negotiating his arrest through a Brooklyn minister who showed up to an NYPD precinct in a Rolls Royce. 

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Andrew Abdullah is accused of shooting dead Daniel Enriquez on the Manhattan-bound Q train on Sunday in an apparently unprovoked attack. 

He then fled the Q train at Canal Street station and has been on the run ever since.  

There were confused reports on Tuesday that Andrew Abdullah had been taken into custody by the NYPD. 

But the known gang member was not in fact in handcuffs when it was first reported. Instead, a minister went to the Fifth Precinct in lower Manhattan on his behalf to negotiate with cops. 

Now, the suspect is said to be on his way to the precinct in Chinatown to hand himself in. 

Andrew Abdullah is wanted for shooting dead Daniel Enriquez on the Q train on Sunday

Andrew Abdullah is wanted for shooting dead Daniel Enriquez on the Q train on Sunday 

The victim, Daniel Enriquez, 48, was traveling to meet his brother for brunch on Sunday at 11.42am when he was shot and killed

The victim, Daniel Enriquez, 48, was traveling to meet his brother for brunch on Sunday at 11.42am when he was shot and killed

The minister sparked confusion and intrigue when he showed up in a Rolls Royce.  

Enriquez was on his way to brunch with his brother when he was shot in the torso in an unprovoked attack. 

Abdullah – who was out on bail at the time- fled the train at the Canal Street station and was on the run for several days but is now in custody. 

Police had previously released photos from surveillance footage of the suspect

Police had previously released photos from surveillance footage of the suspect 

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