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Brazen Shooting in Hamilton Ontario Canada Caught on Camera

Brazen Shooting in Hamilton Ontario Canada Caught on Camera

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ID #21-336 Brazen Shooting in Hamilton Ontario Canada Caught on Camera

ID #21-336 Brazen Shooting in Hamilton Ontario Canada Caught on Camera

CHCH News has obtained an exclusive video of a brazen shooting in central Hamilton.

Officers were called to the area of Barton St. and Oak Ave. around 5:15 p.m. Wednesday.

Police say 23-year-old Donovan Hines was found suffering from gunshot wounds. He was taken to hospital where he remains in serious but stable condition. He is facing seven firearms-related charges, including discharging a firearm with recklessness.

A surveillance camera on a nearby home captured the shocking incident unfold.

A black, four-door vehicle can be seen slowly pulling up near the side patio of Allure Lounge on Oak Ave.

The driver gets out and approaches a vehicle in the parking lot.

Suddenly, the driver fires multiple shots into the vehicle through the open driver’s side door and runs back to his car.

The man targeted in the parked vehicle then grabs his own gun and fires several shots through his windshield in the direction of the fleeing vehicle.

Police are still trying to identify the shooter who fled the scene. They are searching for a 2007 or 2008 black Pontiac G5 and a man between 5’10 and 6 ‘5 in height.

Detectives believe this was a targeted incident.

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