A woman is seen shooting the New York City deli employee before calmly walking out of the store in shocking surveillance footage
- An incident occurred Thursday morning at Sammy’s Deli and Grill in The Bronx
- The woman did not speak to the male employee until she pulled out a gun and shot him; he manages to duck behind the counter and escape injuries
- The attacker did not know the man and she did not speak to him until she opened fire
- The NYPD has offered a $ 2,500 reward for all information leading to her arrest
Surveillance video captured the shocking moment when a woman walked into a Big Apple bodega and opened fire on an employee standing behind the counter.
The incident took place at Sammy’s Deli and Grill in The Bronx in the early hours of Thursday morning. The employee managed to escape injury.
A 20-second video released by the NYPD Friday shows the attacker calmly walking into the store, wearing a black face mask, hoodie and sweatpants.
Surveillance video captures the shocking moment when a woman walked into a Big Apple bodega and opened fire on an employee standing behind the counter
The NYPD released these surveillance footage of the attacker. They are offering a $ 2,500 reward for any information that could lead to her arrest
She sauntered over to the counter before pulling out a gun and firing several shots at the bewildered man who worked at the till.
He manages to take cover under the till before the woman leaves the store.
She stops at the door before turning and firing a final shot in the direction of the man. Police say she fled the scene in a gray sedan.
The bodega employee says he has no idea who the woman is, and she was not provoked before brandishing the gun.
Police sources said The New York Post that the woman did not exchange words with the man and that she had not stolen items from the store.
They are offering a $ 2,500 reward for any information that could lead to her arrest.
Police sources told The New York Post that the woman did not exchange words with the man and that she had not stolen any items from the store
The NYPD is struggling to contain a wave of gun violence, which has been steadily increasing since last summer.
In the first two months of 2021, there were 77 shooting incidents in the city, compared to just 44 in the same two-month period the year before.
That’s a shocking 75 percent increase.
NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea told reporters that the city ‘to emerge from one of the most challenging periods’.
The men and women of the NYPD are resilient and can meet the challenge that lies ahead, he said.
“Not only are they at risk of fighting violence like never before, they are also connecting in innovative, impactful ways with the communities they serve.” ‘