Several gunmen opened fire at a packed Juneteenth block party in North Carolina, where four people were killed and several others were hurt scrambling away, wild new video shows.
The footage from a nearby business — released Friday by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police — shows several people standing near an SUV when the early morning June 22 gunfire starts, sending others in Charlotte running for cover.
A group of people then emerge from the vehicle and unleash a barrage of more than 100 rounds into the crowd before getting into the SUV, the footage shows. Police hope the new footage will lead to an arrest in the case, as investigators have linked several shell casings found at the scene to other cases leading to the recovery of at least 10 firearms.
“The reward money for information leading to an arrest in this case sits at up to $22,000,” Charlotte-Mecklenburg police tweeted Friday.
Police said four people died and seven others were