Unknown opened fire on the Playground in Manhattan

Unknown opened fire on the Playground in Manhattan

The new York city police are looking for two African Americans who wounded 3 people during attempted robbery in East Harlem.

The incident occurred on the Playground, located on 104 street. Sunday about 2 a.m. the attackers approached a group of young men, sent them weapons and demanded valuables. Having been refused, they began randomly firing into the crowd, and then fled the scene of the crime.

Unknown opened fire on the Playground in Manhattan

Despite the late hour, the victims were 7-year-old boy. Fortunately, the child did not hit any one of the bullets, and he escaped with a fright. However, his companions were less fortunate: the shots caught up with three young people.

Two victims of a failed robbery, was taken to St. Luke’s hospital in stable condition, and their 20-year-old companion in misfortune were able to get to the medical centre of mount Sinai.

One of the victims, 19-year-old man, paralyzed as the result of the injury.

At the moment the police searches for the criminals and encourages the public to help. One of the suspects — a thin black man of about 190 cm, the second African — American asthenic physique and small stature. On the day of the shooting, they were dressed in orange and brown t-shirt. Possible witnesses are asked to contact the police by phone 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).