Horrifying surveillance footage emerged on Wednesday showing Brooklyn subway suspect Frank James allegedly en route to carry out the attack that left 29 innocent New Yorkers injured.
The videos show James, wearing an orange safety vest and hard hat, walking down Kings Highway in Gravesend early Tuesday after parking his U-Haul three blocks away, police said.
James could be seen pushing a black cart in his left hand while carrying a black backpack in the other.
Police said he then entered the Kings Highway tube station, which serves the N line, where the 62-year-old was caught by surveillance cameras passing through the turnstiles.
The videos of James walking down the street are believed to have been taken around 6am – two hours before he allegedly unleashed terror on the N train to Manhattan.
It was not immediately clear when James entered the station or what he was doing in the hours before he allegedly ignited a gas cylinder and fired 33 shots at innocent passengers as the train pulled into the 36th Street station in Sunset Park just before 8:30 watch
Cops said they recovered James’ black car, which was left on the train after the attack.
They also found his vest and helmet in a subway trash can.
After opening fire, police said, James boarded an R train on the opposite platform and fled alongside terrified straphangers.
He was caught by security cameras getting off the train at the 25th Street stop and fleeing, police said.
James was eventually arrested Wednesday afternoon in the East Village for the attack that killed 10 commuters and injured at least 19 others.
https://nypost.com/2022/04/13/video-shows-suspect-en-route-to-brooklyn-subway-shooting/ Video shows a suspect heading to a shooting on the Brooklyn subway