New York City police are searching for a suspect who escaped custody by jumping out of a second-floor window on Thursday, WABC reported.
Police were questioning Isiah McGill, 36, a suspect in a Brooklyn robbery, around 4 p.m., the television station reported.
During questioning, police said McGill escaped by jumping out the window, WNBC reported.
Police described McGill as 6 feet, 1 inch tall,160 pounds with black hair, the television station reported. He was wearing red pants and a red sweatshirt with “GOAT” and “23” embroidered on the back.
Helicopters and police were unable to locate McGill late Thursday, WABC reported.
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