NEW YORK — The black marble mural on the wall of a Brooklyn restaurant is an ominous reminder of the massacre in a Brooklyn apartment complex that left six people dead.
The mural was painted on the side of a bar and restaurant, which was decorated with a black marble tile and black marble flooring.
The mural has since been removed, and a police officer at the scene said he did not know why.
The murals are part of a series that began when a woman found a man’s body and began to paint black marble on a white floor.
The murals were taken down after a man who owned the restaurant contacted the police.
A police officer who went to the scene found a black tile flooring on the sidewalk.
He then went to investigate and discovered the remains of a man in the apartment.
The man had been shot in the head and killed by a sniper who went by the name of James Holmes.
Police said they believe Holmes used the mural to conceal his crime.
The mural is a stark reminder of that shooting.
The black tile wall of the restaurant, the Black Marble Café, has been covered in graffiti since the shooting, which took place July 20.
An artist named Jelle’s Marble runs, marbles and other art in the area, according to the restaurant’s owner, Jelle, who said the mural is meant to show the black community’s solidarity with the victims.