New video shows suspects in broad-daylight shooting of 2 teens in NYC
Newly-released footage of two suspects in a broad-daylight shooting in Brooklyn has shed light on the incident which left a 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl injured. The boy appears to have been the primary target and was seen walking on Franklin Avenue near Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights on Wednesday morning before he was approached by the two suspects who went on to spark a verbal dispute. One of the suspects slapped the victim and the other pulled out a gun. The boy fled while one of the males fired multiple shots, hitting the boy once in the arm. The girl was shot twice in the right leg while she was inside the packed Wise Deli & Grill, considered to be an innocent bystander. The suspects, both teens with dark complexions and slim builds, fled on foot heading south in Rogers Avenue. They were both wearing hoodies, one in black with blue jeans and the other in red with gray jeans at the time of the crime. Both victims are in stable condition at Kings County Hospital Center.
What happened in the Brooklyn shooting?
Two suspects approached a 17-year-old boy, slapped him, and then pulled out a gun. The boy fled while one of the males fired multiple shots, hitting the boy once in the arm. A 16-year-old girl was shot twice in the right leg while she was inside the packed Wise Deli & Grill.
Who were the suspects in the shooting?
The suspects in the shooting were captured on camera by the NYPD. Both are described as male teens with dark complexions and slim builds. One was last seen wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans, while the other wore a red hoodie and gray jeans.
Were the victims the intended targets?
The male victim appears to have been the intended target, and the female victim was an innocent bystander.
What is the current condition of the victims?
Both victims were taken to Kings County Hospital Center, where they are listed in stable condition.
What have the eyewitnesses said about the shooting?
Workers at the deli commented that the situation was shocking as shootings are unusual there and there was no argument or provocation inside the store. Eyewitnesses described the scene as chaotic, with a lot of school kids in the area at the time.
Video Reveals Perpetrators Involved in Shooting of 2 Teenagers in NYC during Daylight Hours
Newly released footage shows two suspects in a Brooklyn shooting that left a 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl injured. Reports suggest that the former may have been the intended target, based on the circumstances of the incident. The male victim was walking near the Franklin Avenue-Medgar Evers College subway station in Crown Heights at roughly 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday when the two suspects approached him, causing a dispute. One of the suspects then slapped the victim, while the other pulled out a gun outside the Wise Deli & Grill, where the incident took place. As the victim attempted to flee, one of the suspects fired several shots at him, wounding him in the left arm. The girl, who was inside the deli, was also shot twice in her right leg. The suspects, who are believed to be teenagers, fled the scene on foot. Both were seen wearing dark clothing, with one wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans, while the other wore a red hoodie and gray jeans. The injured teenagers were taken to Kings County Hospital Center for treatment and are in stable condition. The incident occurred near a school and resulted in a lot of chaos and confusion in the area.