Newly released 911 recording reveals NYPD stakeout in New Brunswick

EDISON - A newly released 911 call reveals that New York police had secured a hideout in New Jersey for undercover officers to spy on Muslims.

In the audio recording, a building superintendent at a New Brunswick apartment complex is heard talking to the dispatcher after finding the location. He describes the unit as having computer hardware and software "just lying around" and New York City police radios and photos of terrorists in the room.

The apartment, located at 1 Richmond St., is near the campus of Rutgers University.

Click on the image below to watch the AP video containing the 911 recording.

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