to connectVideoNYPD shares a video of a suspect they say shot and killed an innocent bystander
Raw video: Police say the surveillance footage shows the gunman who pulled the trigger and killed an innocent man, walking his dog in new york city.
Police on Friday identified the man they say is that it can be seen on the surveillance footage with a gun, shooting a bystander walking his dog in New York City last week.
The NYPD says they are looking for a 20-year-old Eric, Bautista, and after the surprise attack in downtown Manhattan in the early hours of the morning of the 10th of June.
The incident was captured on surveillance video. It starts off with the gunman hiding his weapon behind his body with one hand and using the other to take a phone call.
Eric Bautista, 20, is wanted by the police in New York City after a shooting incident last week. (The NYPD)
If a man walks by, he takes aim at the individual’s head and the barrel of the gun only a few feet away from it. Police sources told the New York Post that the man was his intended target, but the weapon jammed, allowing that person to escape from it.
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The suspect on the run after managing to fire off a single round, which struck the leg of a 40-year-old, A McKay, who was out walking his dog.
McKay had reported it to the dog on the leash while calling for help after the shooting, and he later died at a hospital.