STAMFORD, Conn. — Stamford police released a video Monday evening of a ambush shooting from Sunday evening on Myano Lane that left a man in critical condition.
The victim, a man from White Plains, N.Y., was shot three times at 7:18 p.m. Sunday near 84 Myano Lane, Stamford police said.
None of the suspects can be seen clearly in the video, which is just over 2 minutes long and has two different camera angles.
But the victim can be seen talking with two other people when a fourth person jumps out from behind a tree and begins shooting.
The shooter can be seen hiding behind a tree, then jumping out and shooting at the victim multiple times.
The shooter and one other man turn to flee, shooting two more times toward the victim, the video shows. Several flashes of light pierce the darkness, then the suspects run away along Myano Lane.
When officers arrived at 7:24 p.m. the 25-year-old victim was suffering from gunshot wounds to his torso, left arm and left leg, according to police. He was transported to Stamford Hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery, police said. He was in critical but stable condition Monday, according to police.
The victim and a 34-year-old Stamford resident were walking in the area of 84 Myano Lane when they were approached by a light-skinned Hispanic male, police said. After a short conversation, a light-skinned black male came from behind a tree and ambushed the victim with gunfire, according to police.
The first suspect is described as a light-skinned Hispanic male in his early 20s, and wearing a dark hoodie, according to police. The shooter is described as a light-skinned black male in his early 20s and also wearing a dark colored hoodie, police said.
The shooter may be in possession of a revolver and should be considered armed and dangerous, according to police.
Anyone having any information on this incident are urged to contact the Stamford Police Department Detective bureau at 203-977-4417.
All information will be kept confidential.
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