NYC: “Fedora-clad man wanted in shooting at mob-linked Brooklyn restaurant”

Police have released surveillance footage of a man sporting a fedora and waist-length coat they believe blasted several bullets into a famed mob-linked Brooklyn restaurant.

Somebody fired several lead-filled shells into Marco Polo Ristorante on Court St. and Union St. in Carroll Gardens about 6 a.m. Feb. 25., according to cops. The restaurant was closed and nobody was inside.

A nearby surveillance camera caught the suspect walking toward the restaurant near the time of the shooting, police sources said.

He’s described as white and about 6-foot-2 with a thin build. He was wearing a dark-colored jacket and light-colored pants.



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