A 37-year-old parolee was busted by police after he allegedly broke into a Park Slope grocery store early Wednesday morning, sources said.
Mohamed Shoman is accused of trying to steal over $4,000 worth of property from Union Market on 7th Avenue, according to sources.
Police responded to the location at about 2 a.m. when a store alarm was activated — and at first, they could not find an intruder, sources said.
But while checking security footage, officers saw Shoman hiding out in a crawl space, according to sources.
When police confronted the suspect, he was armed with what appeared to be a gun, but ended up being an imitation
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