Startling CCTV has emerged of a masked gunman walking up to a car and firing shots at a passenger twice in a shocking attack.
The incident took place on the corner of Wyona Street and Pitkin Avenue in Brooklyn, New York City, at around 4pm on December 13.
Footage released by the New York Police Department shows the unidentified man walking calmly to the side of a blue Saturn before firing shots from inside his jacket pocket towards the parked vehicle.
The gunman is seen firing twice, with the first shot breaking the window on the driver's side.
He walks closer and pulls the gun to fire the second shot towards a woman sitting on the front passenger seat.
It appears that he attempts to shoot several more rounds, however the gun seems to misfire.
A 31-year-old woman in the passenger seat suffered two gunshot wounds to her arm, the police said.
Paramedics responded to the scene and rushed the victim to Brookdale Hospital where she was treated for minor injuries and released.
The male driver of the car escaped uninjured.
Officials are now appealing to the public for information of the gunman.
He is described as an adult male with a dark complexion and was last seen wearing a white protective face-mask, a black jacket with red piping, black sweatpants, white sneakers and an Under Armor black backpack.
It came after a gunman screamed "kill me" before being shot dead by police at New York cathedral concert.
Police recovered two semiautomatic handguns from the scene, and a bag apparently belonging to the suspect which contained a full can of gasoline, rope, several knives, wire, a Bible and tape.
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