Brazen gunman opens fire on busy Bronx street, strikes man: video

A brazen gunman opened fire on a Bronx street, wounding another man on the Fourth of July, disturbing new video shows. 

Footage released early Tuesday shows the 34-year-old victim walking on Hunts Point Avenue near Seneca Avenue in Hunts Point around 6:20 p.m. when another man, wearing dark clothing, follows behind him and suddenly opens fire. 

The victim, who is shown falling to the ground, was struck in the legs, buttocks and torso, cops said. 

He was taken to Lincoln Medical Center in stable condition, cops said. 

He was uncooperative with investigators, so no further information on the incident was available.

The alleged gunman was last seen wearing a dark hoodie with a wolf image and the word “Wildlife” printed on it, dark pants with a red stripe on the leg, a face mask and sunglasses.

An unidentified male suspect wearing a dark-color hooded sweatshirt with a wolf image and Wildlife printed on it.
The suspect was wearing a dark hoodie with a wolf image, dark pants with a red stripe on the leg, a face mask, and sunglasses.
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