NYPD increases patrols after Berlin attack
New York City police increased patrols Tuesday after a truck in Berlin rammed into a crowded Christmas market a day earlier.
NYPD officials said they were monitoring the events in Germany and around the world.
They said the department moved highly trained teams to high-profile locations around the city, including the annual Christmas market in Columbus Circle.
The NYPD says it has officers patrolling and is prepared to deploy more as needed.