Victim in fatal Decatur Street robbery may have been set up, police say

New information about a fatal robbery in Bedford-Stuyvesant has surfaced and police say it may point to a setup.Authorities say 52-year-old Earl Williams was washing

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT - New information about a fatal robbery in Bedford-Stuyvesant has surfaced and police say it may point to a setup.Authorities say 52-year-old Earl Williams was washing clothes at a Laundromat Saturday when he received a phone call asking him to go to a building on Decatur Street. Police say that phone call may have been from one of five victims at the building who were forced to strip at gunpoint before being robbed. When Williams arrived, police say he was shot in the shoulder by one of the three robbers and later died at Kings County Hospital. Police are still investigating and have not made any arrests.

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