A BODY has been found in a Brooklyn driveway after a suspect dumped the corpse in the middle of the night, police said.
The dead man was discovered in New York on Tuesday morning after surveillance footage captured a person wheeling the white sheet-covered body around in a dolly.
The unidentified corpse was found by an elderly resident at 931 72nd Street in Dyker Heights around 11.30am.
Just 12 hours earlier, private security footage recorded a male suspect who pushed the dead person onto the property using a hand truck, the New York Post reported.
Cops said there were no obvious signs of trauma and the medical examiner will determine the cause of death.
Police and first responders ran to the scene to investigate the horror scene.
The body was put into a black bag before it was taken away, a video from the Post shows.
Austeria Bolden, 63, said she was “traumatized” by the sight of the corpse.
“I just saw the body laying there,” Bolden told the Post.
“He was laying face down on the ground – now it’s in my mind and I’m worried. I’m scared for my grandkids.”
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Another resident George Vlachakus said he has lived in the neighborhood his whole life and would never expect such a grim incident in the area.
“It’s crazy that something like this happened here,” Vlachakus said.
“This is Dyker Heights, the quietest neighborhood in Brooklyn.
“It’s not something I expected – never never never. You see these things on TV. You would never believe it would come here.”
This is an ongoing investigation.