Video shows NYC gunman stalking victim before firing

A chilling video shows a Brooklyn gunman laying in wait for his target before lifting his weapon and firing from half a block away.

Police released the footage Sunday, and are asking the public’s help identifying the shooter, who ambushed his victim Monday night at Hancock St. and Broadway in Bushwick.

He hit the 32-year-old victim five times — once in the buttocks and four times in the leg, police sources said.

The victim, who was walking west on Hancock St., survived the attack.

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Surveillance video released by NYPD shows a gunman in Bushwick at Hancock St. and Broadway on April 3 lifting his weapon and firing at a person who was half a block away.

Surveillance video released by NYPD shows a gunman in Bushwick at Hancock St. and Broadway on April 3 lifting his weapon and firing at a person who was half a block away.

(DCPI)

Cops are still trying to determine a motive for the shooting.

Anyone with information about the gunman is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.

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