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Video Shows Moment NYPD Officer Fires At BMW Allegedly Used In High-End Robberies

Three bullets were fired by a New York City police officer as they pursued a car suspected of involvement in many high-end crimes as it sped down a Manhattan sidewalk, narrowly avoiding bystanders.

At roughly 1:20 a.m. on Oct. 11, a black BMW parked on West 28th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues was approached by several unmarked police cars.

The car’s description matched that of a vehicle linked to a number of high-end restaurant and jewellery store thefts.

The licence plates had been run by the police, but they did not match the Beemer.

Uniformed cops can be seen trying to box the BMW in, but the driver is so frantic to flee that he popped the kerb to get out of their way and sped off down the pavement.

As the dramatic clip reveals, the car drives numerous startled pedestrians outside the restaurant racing in the opposite direction, narrowly escape damage.

NYPD Officer Corey Titus may be seen firing three bullets at the BMW, which impacted the car’s windshield at that point.

You can hear the people outside yelling as the automobile revs its engine in Officer Titus’ body camera footage.

In a split-second, he fires two rounds at the automobile as it rushes towards the driver’s side. As he begins to pursue, the video goes out.

It has been reported that no one was shot during the altercation, according to police.

Crashing into a pole, the vehicle’s driver and two passengers fled on foot, police sources tell the New York Daily News.

A 9 millimetre pistol was found in the automobile, bloodied and coated with shards of glass.

In the end, Wilson Mendez, a 19-year-old Bronx man, was transported to the hospital for treatment of facial wounds following a short chase by police.

No one can tell for sure who the driver or passenger of this vehicle was. As a result, he was arrested and charged with criminal weapons possession.

Other than that, the other two ran away on foot.

Alleged high-end robbers who name themselves “OED” for “Own Every Dollar” are linked to the Trinitarios gang in the Bronx, which is infamous for its brutality.

According to reports, they have been linked to at least one murder.

A New York City police officer told The Post that the roughly 20-person gang was “vicious.”

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