Sheepshead Bay

One dead, two critical after hammer attack inside Sheepshead Bay eatery

January 16, 2019 By Meaghan McGoldrick Brooklyn Daily Eagle

One person is dead and two are critically injured after a hammer-wielding attacker smashed his way through a Sheepshead Bay restaurant on Tuesday evening.

According to police, a 34-year-old man entered Seaport Buffet at 2027 Emmons Ave. just after 5 p.m. brandishing a hammer, which he used to strike three employees before fleeing the scene.

Emergency Medical Services responded and rushed the three victims — all men, ages 60, 50 and 34 — to NYU Langone-Brooklyn.

The youngest, Sheepshead Bay resident Fufai Pun, was pronounced dead at the hospital while the others — whose names have not yet been released — remain in critical condition.

Another Sheepshead Bay resident, 34-year-old Arthur Martunovich, was arrested following the attack and has since been charged with murder, two counts of attempted murder and three counts of criminal possession of a weapon.

The attack took place within the confines of the 61st Precinct.

According to reports, some patrons took cover from the scene inside nearby eatery Randazzo’s Clam Bar.

“I heard a bunch of people screaming ‘He’s killing people! Lock all the doors!,’” restaurant manager Samantha Randazzo told the New York Post.

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