An elderly man died and his wife was injured after robbers broke into their home and tied them up in Brooklyn Wednesday afternoon.
"Whoever did this deserves to be punished really hard", Waldiman's niece Karlene Grose said, according to the News.
Delroy, the son of the deceased man, 91-year-old Waldiman Thompson, said Ethlin keeps asking: "Where is he?" "They're church people. I would see them walking around going to the laundromat. When can I talk to my husband?"
Ethlin called the police around 3:30 p.m. from the couple's apartment at 160 Decatur Street and "stated that unknown people entered her apartment and tied her and her husband up", Deputy Chief Michael Kemper told reporters on the scene on Wednesday.
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Ethlin Brumley Thompson was taken to the same hospital for injuries to her legs and for observation.
Investigators say the home was ransacked but it's unclear if anything was stolen. Inside the home, they found Waldiman still tied and unconscious.
The suspects were also caught on surveillance footage by a nearby bodega.
The couple's family said it was heartbroken by the incident. Police found no obvious sign of forced entry into the home. "Right now, there's no reason to arrest him".
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"I thought it was a gunshot initially".
The couple owns the building and collects rent from tenants. They apparently had about $5,000 in the house, a high-ranking police source said.
Witness Paul Peterson told NBC that he saw Ethlin run out of her apartment just after the apparent invasion. According to police, she was confused and did not know her husband had died.
He said he tried to persuade his father and stepmother to move closer to him in Tamarac, FL.
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"He never left her side", she said. "This godly and big-hearted couple suffered a truly godless and heartless attack that has struck a blow deep in the soul of Brooklyn".