The suspect who police said shot and killed a Goldman Sachs employee riding on a Brooklyn subway train on Sunday has been indicted on charges stemming from the incident, officials said Friday.

 A spokeswoman for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg said prosecutors filed a notice in state court indicating that Andrew Abdullah, 25, has been indicted. While the exact charges remain sealed until Abdullah’s arraignment in the coming weeks, they very likely mirror the original charges of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon when he was arrested last week. 

Abdullah, who cops said is an ex-con with residences in Brooklyn and the Bronx, allegedly fired one round into the chest of Daniel Enriquez, 48, who was riding a Manhattan-bound Q train to have brunch.  Abdullah allegedly blurted out the words “no phones” during the shooting, which he carried out with a 9 mm Ruger pistol, according to NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig.

Cops were able to use video surveillance tapes to backtrack and identify Abdullah after he left the station and was seen shedding a distinctive black hoodie, which, witnesses said, the assailant wore during the attack. Cops rushing to the scene in the minutes after the shooting came across Abdullah on the street, stopped him and took his name before letting him go after it was determined his clothing didn’t match that of the shooter, a police official explained.

During a news conference to announce Abdullah’s arrest Tuesday, Mayor Eric Adams indicated that a Brooklyn clergyman helped arrange for the defendant’s surrender to police, with his attorneys present.  Abdullah is being held without bail.

Defense attorney Kristin Ann Bruan of the Legal Aid Society declined to comment. 

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