NYPD has a big night thanks to video

The "Viper One" video-surveillance team nabbed three suspects within an hour of receiving a two wanted posters


Philip Messing
The New York Post

NEW YORK — It was a banner evening for an NYPD video-surveillance unit in Harlem, whose eagle-eyed members within hours helped nab three suspects wanted for a shooting and a robbery, sources told The Post.

Tuesday evening at around 6:30 p.m. cops of the "Viper One" unit - whose officers monitor video-surveillance feeds from area housing projects - were handed two wanted posters showing photos of four suspects, a source said.

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