NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams and other elected and interfaith religious leaders gathered Tuesday to denounce a recent attack by a group of teens who ransacked a Crown Heights deli and butcher shop.
Brooklyn Deli Gourmet Butcher owner Yanki Klein told CBS 2’s Diane Macedo that he and his family are still fearful after the teenagers stormed into the store on Troy Avenue and Carroll Street around 9 p.m. Saturday.
The entire incident was caught on surveillance video. In it, the teens are seen running through the store, knocking down food and shelves.
“They screamed, they yelled, they made noise, whatever,” Klein’s sister, Riva Hamburger, said. “It was very scary.”
Klein’s sister said their mother was watching the whole thing from Klein’s home computer.
“She was really scared,” she said. “She was shocked. She was panicked.”Comments