Police are seeking assistance from the public in finding a man captured on surveillance video firing an AK-47 into a car and a gentleman's club earlier this month in Philadelphia, WTXF-TV reports.
The stunning video, released by the Philadelphia Police Department, reportedly shows 21-year-old Henry Pettigrew shooting at a vehicle before he runs towards the strip club. In the video, he slips and falls before he makes it to the door and then sprays the club with bullets.
The incident occurred on May 11 at around 1:55 a.m. after two men, one of them Pettigrew, had a dispute with management and bouncers at the Purple Orchid in Philadelphia, according to police. Police believe the shooting was over a DJ refusing to play the man's favorite song.
Pettigrew later returned with his rifle.
One person was reportedly wounded in the shooting, however, the injuries weren't life-threatening, police said.
After the attack, Pettigrew took off in a light-colored sedan, possibly a Hyundai or Mitsubishi, WXTF-TV reports.
"In a news release issued Wednesday, police described Pettigrew as being black, 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighing 180 pounds with a thin beard. His last known address was 5538 Belmar Terrace," the report adds.
The second suspect was reported to be aged 20 and 25, around 5-foot-9 with a medium build and a goatee. He was seen wearing a dark hoodie over a plaid button shirt, tan cargo shorts and tan boots, according to reports.
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