Police seek 6 for questioning in NYC shooting that wounded 4
NEW YORK (AP) — Police want to question a half-dozen men about a shooting that injured four people at a streetcorner vigil in Brooklyn.
The New York Police Department released video Tuesday of the men running and walking down a sidewalk. Some have their faces obscured by clothes or bandannas.
Police say a gunman fired into a group of people after an argument broke out around 2 a.m. Monday on Buffalo Avenue in the Crown Heights neighborhood.
Two men and two women were wounded. Two are hospitalized in critical, but stable, condition. The others are now in stable condition.
Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted that the shooting happened at a candlelight vigil.
Less than 10 days earlier, gunfire at a festival elsewhere in Brooklyn killed one person and wounded 11 others.