Law enforcement officers from the New York say that an unknown masked suspect chose to engage into an anarchist-like attack using a molotov cocktail to spread fear and chaos into Tashkent Supermarket just inside of the Brooklyn city limits.
The Brighton Beach, Brooklyn neighborhood is ever seeing more from radicals including both Black Lives Matter and AntiFa, and while it remains unknown which it the dynamic criminal sects were responsible the calling card which implicates them is using such tactics as a molotov cocktail as a weapon.
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Police officers say that they're fortunate that incident was noticed before the fire spread to cause enormous physical harm to anyone who may have been within the range of the fire; and that the fire could be defeated from an early starting point to prevent massive structural damages as well.
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There were no reports of physical injuries to any of the firefighters who responded or the multiple witnesses to the two molotov cocktail attacks, many nearby residents are absent their work today after the shocking attack on their employer has some of them left in fear.
While it's a massive victory to have such an attack on film, police say that they need your help identifying the individuals responsible.
The man who could be seen on the film throwing the bottles into the store was last seen wearing a black hoodie, black jeans, and a black mask.
The motorcyclist who participated in the incident was last seen wearing a black and white motorcycle helmet, black hoodie, red shirt, black jeans, and black shoes; according to the<a href="https://nypost.com/2017/12/02/witness-describes-terror-after-man-hurls-molotov-cocktail-into-supermarket/"> New York Post</a>.
The New York Police Department says that they're determined to put these things behind bars where they belong.
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