The woman whose cousin was killed after defending her at a Queens nightclub spoke to WCBS 2 about the incident. Maurice Gordon, an off-duty customs officer, was fatally shot in the chest in front of his parents' home in the Jamaica section of Queens at 4 a.m. on Monday morning. Gordon's cousin Kerry Ann Daily said, "It really happened fast. It really happened fast. I heard Mo say 'Run, Kerry.' I saw them draw their guns. And I run."

Daily, who is from Jamaica, was visiting NYC for two days and she and her cousin went to the nightclub Moments. She told WCBS 2 reporter Pablo Guzman that some men were hitting on her—"Just the usual -- men being ignorant. I ignored them"—and then Gordon, who cut a formidable figure with a 6'3" and 250-pound frame, walked over towards them, "He didn't 'step in.' He just came and stood by me, because I was by myself."

2010_06_posketch.jpgIt's suspected that the shooting may have been motivated by this incident. Daily added that Gordon had helped her through a tough time, "He was younger than me, but he was like my big brother!" Gordon, who lived on Long Island with his wife and 14-month-old daughter, worked for Customs and Border Protection at JFK Airport.

Police are looking for the public's help and have released this sketch of a suspect. According to the NYPD, "The suspect is described a black male between 28 and 32 years old, 5'10" to 6'0", with a thin build and black hair," and anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477), submit a tip at or text tips to 274637 (CRIMES), enter TIP577.