Waterbury shooting caught on camera, police looking for suspect


WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — Waterbury police have released surveillance video of a shooting that happened on Friday afternoon. They are asking the public for help in identifying the shooter.

Waterbury police say that on November 27, just after 3 p.m., they were called to 352 Walnut Street for a report of a shooting.

Surveillance video that captured the shooting shows a group of people standing outside of a building, next to a car with a person in the passenger seat. Police identified the suspect seen in the video as a male wearing a black hoodie and black Adidas pants.

Another male appears and walks through the group. The video shows the hooded suspect calmly walking toward him with his hands in his pockets. The suspect then pulls out a gun and fires two consecutive shots at the victim. The suspect then begins backing away, but turns back and fires one more shot at the victim before walking out of the view of the camera.

Police noted in the video that a few of the witnesses are seen kicking shell casings into the sewer. The video ends with at least two of the witnesses getting into the waiting car.

Waterbury police are asking anyone with information on this shooting to give them a call at (203)574-6941 or Crime Stoppers at (203)755-1234.

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