Investigators remain on scene of fatal officer shooting

The home where an NYPD officer was killed yesterday remains an active crime scene as investigators continue to gather evidence. Police have the street blocked

BROOKLYN - The home where an NYPD officer was killed yesterday remains an active crime scene as investigators continue to gather evidence.

Police have the street blocked off to traffic after officer Peter Figoski was fatally shot while responding to a break-in at 25 Pine St. in Cypress Hills. A large mobile command unit is also stationed on nearby Etna Street.

Five men are now in police custody in connection with the crime, including 27-year-old Lamont Pride.

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