GREENPOINT, Brooklyn (WABC) -- The NYPD upgraded the surveillance cameras at a park in Brooklyn just days after a murder.
The updated cameras at McGolrick Park can livestream video feeds from the park directly to a nearby police station in the Greenpoint section.
The upgraded technology is in response to the stabbing death of a playwright, George Carroll, last Friday.
He was stabbed just outside the park while walking with his wife.
Police are searching for 19-year-old Gary Correa in the deadly stabbing.
NYPD upgrades cameras in Greenpoint park after fatal stabbing