Law enforcement sources reportedly told the New York Post that 31-year-old Farakan Muhammad had been nominated as interested in shooting at Times Square on Saturday night, injuring three people, including a four-year-old girl. It was.
The shot rang on Saturday at 44th and 7th Avenues in Midtown, Manhattan, just before 5pm.
Law enforcement sources told the post that the shooting resulted from a debate between the interested person and his brother. Three people were injured in the shootout. A 23-year-old Wendy Magrinato from Rhode Island shot her foot, a 43-year-old woman from New Jersey shot her foot, and a 4-year-old girl from Brooklyn shot her foot.
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None of them have anything to do with the others. Everyone was taken to Bellevue Hospital and expected to survive, said Police Secretary Dermot Shea.
Police are still looking for the man. A video posted on Twitter by police showed interested people walking away from the scene.
Fox News does not independently confirm the identity of the man seen in the footage. NYPD declined to comment.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio called the shooting “meaningless violence” and promised that the person in charge would be brought to justice. “We must stop the flood of illegal guns into our city,” the mayor said on Twitter.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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