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Parachuters dressed in black land in Lower Manhattan

A New York City Police Department officer passes in front of Goldman Sachs Group headquarters.
Paul Taggart | Bloomberg | Getty Images
A New York City Police Department officer passes in front of Goldman Sachs Group headquarters.

A pair of mystery parachuters dressed in black suits and helmets landed on a sidewalk near the Goldman Sachs building at about 3 a.m. on Monday, according to the Channel 4 New York.

There is no information on where they came from or what they were doing. Police have video but are looking for more images to identify the jumpers, Channel 4 New York reported.

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