Police release video of “some a–hole” firing gun at Solow’s One East River Place

They are also offering a $2,500 reward

Aug.August 23, 2018 12:00 PM

One East River Place at 525 East 72nd Street  and a camera (Credit: Apartments and Pixabay)

Police released surveillance video showing the moment a gunman opened fire at an Upper East Side high-rise.

The 50-second video shows a person shooting from across the water at Roosevelt Island, the New York Daily News reported. The video cuts to a man and woman walking by a playground.

(Credit: NYDN)

Police have said someone has been shooting at Solow Management’s One East River Place rental tower. Reports said a tenant on the 14th floor woke up Friday morning to find glass strewn across the living room floor. Police believe the first bullet hit the building at 525 East 72nd Street sometime overnight between Thursday and Friday. Then, around 1 a.m. on Saturday, a tenant on the 32nd floor was awoken by the sound of shattering glass. No ballistic evidence was immediately recovered.

Police have offered a $2,500 reward for information leading to the shooter’s arrest, the report said. [NYDN] — Meenal Vamburkar

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