NYPD Swarms Manhattan Block in Search for Shooter at Construction Site

NYPD Swarms Manhattan Block in Search for Shooter at Construction Site

NYPD Swarms Manhattan Block in Search for Shooter at Construction Site

Police say a former worker shot and killed the foreman of a construction site Thursday morning on Manhattan's west side.

Christopher Sayers, the 37-year-old foreman of a high-rise building under construction on West 59th Street between 11th and 12th avenues, was found shot in the head on the 37th floor at about 7:15 a.m., police said. A 44-year-old man was found with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head on the 5th floor of the same building, police said. "The shooter had a dispute with the foreman and shot him several times".

A recently-fired construction worker and a foreman died in a murder-suicide at a New York City construction site this week, reports said.

Perry had reportedly been hinting at his deadly plan a day or two before carrying it out.

Co-workers described Perry as "a little insane", but would never have expected him to kill anyone.

Workers claimed the man was a disgruntled former employee who was sacked a few days ago.

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Workers who fled when the shooting occurred piled out into the street to watch as police and firefighters arrived.

McCormack told the Post that Perry had been arrested twice for assault and once for burglary in the past. He was pronounced dead at the scene, they said. The suspect was last arrested in 2005. He comes in the morning real early, drinks his coffee, smokes his cigarette, and then he went about his business.

"He's a quiet guy", Greaves said. "He told me no calmly, I gave him a hug and proceeded to go downstairs".

A message has been left with the construction company that employed the men.

The union says it's cooperating with authorities in their investigation.

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