Police released frightening new footage early Monday of the gunman who allegedly opened fire in Times Square — striking an innocent tourist in broad daylight.
The clip shows a man in a red and black top fire off at least two rounds on the sidewalk late Sunday afternoon — as people around him scurried out of his path.
Samuel Poulin, 21, a Marine, was hit in the upper back by a ricocheting bullet just after 5:15 p.m. Sunday outside the Marriott Hotel on West 45th Street and Broadway, according to sources and the NYPD.
A relative of the victim — who was visiting the Big Apple from upstate Northville for a baptism — pulled the slug out and gave it to police, according to the sources.
Poulin, who was with his wife, sister and brother-in-law when he was shot, was taken to Bellevue Hospital in stable condition, cops said.
The suspect, who was still on the loose early Monday, fled east on 45th Street toward 6th Avenue.
The violence erupted amid a dispute between two groups — possibly CD peddlers, according to police sources.
The incident happened about a block from where gunman Farrakhan Muhammad, 31, allegedly opened fire at West 44th Street and Seventh Avenue in Times Square — striking a 4-year-old girl and two women as he aimed for his brother.
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