The terrifying moment a hooded gunman ‘fires 10 rounds through his ex-lover’s window’ before running away from the scene has been captured in frightening CCTV footage.
In the video shared on Sunday by NYPD Crime Stoppers, the anonymous man is seen walking up to an apartment in the Bronx and pulling the trigger of his firearm, unleashing ten rounds at the apartment.
According to the New York Daily News, The shooting took place near Bryant Ave. and Freeman St. in Morrisania around 11:40 p.m. June 15, and cops are asking for help from the public to identify the shooter.
The outlet reported that no one was hurt in the shooting.
In the video, the man – who has been described by police as Hispanic and in his 20s – is seen crossing the street behind a black vehicle.
He is wearing mostly black clothes and a black hood and mask to cover his face.
As he gets behind the vehicle and near what appears to be the building’s mail boxes, he raises a handgun in the air, pointing it at the building that’s out of view.
On his first attempt, the handgun does not fire. However, he appears to adjust something on the weapon.
In a second attempt, he raises the gun again and begins firing in the direction of the building and reportedly at his ex-lover’s window.
He is able to get off 10 shots – likely emptying the magazine – some of which he firest as he is running back back down the street from where he arrived from, and into the night.
The NYPD have asked for anyone with information relating to the identity of the shooter to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be kept confidential.