New York City Taxi Driver Kutin Gyimah Beaten to Death by Five Passengers Who Tried to Rob Him

Gyimah and his wife Abigail. (Family photo)

There’s now a $15,000 reward out for information leading to the arrest of those who killed a New York City taxi driver in Queens.

Kutin Gyimah, 52, died early Saturday when he chased down five passengers who tried to rob him at around 6:30 a.m. in the Rockaways, police said.

At least one or more of the passengers took a swing at the cabbie, police said, sending him flying to the pavement, where he hit his head. The group, including three men and two women, then fled.

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Kutin Gyimah, 52, died early Saturday after a group of passengers tried to rob and assault him. Gyimah fell and hit his head on the pavement during the attack while the would-be thieves fled.

“These murderers must be caught and we are offering a $15,000 reward … All funeral expenses will be covered by the owners of Big Apple Taxi Fleet Management where Mr. [Gyimah] worked,” said Fernando Mateo, spokesman for the New York State Federation of Taxi Drivers, who announced the reward Saturday afternoon.

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SOURCE: New York Post, Larry Celona, Griffin Kelly and Dean Balsamini

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