Surveillance cameras captured it all -- bullets flying into a crowd of people just off Atlantic City's famous boardwalk early Tuesday morning, after the city's Fourth of July celebration.
"The younger kids, they don't think twice about pulling out a gun and shooting somebody," the father of one of the victims told us. "It's a tragedy. Kids can't go to Atlantic City and walk down the boardwalk without something like this happening."
The Vineland man didn't want to be identified, but it was his 17-year-old son who was shot in the leg around 1 a.m. outside Bally's Casino on Michigan Avenue. A bullet also hit his 22-year-old stepson in the chest.
"I want to see them get caught," the father said.
So do investigators. They want to find the man who they say pulled out a gun and started shooting, following a fight between two groups. The victims were among close to 150-thousand people in A.C. for the resort's fireworks a few hours earlier.
In: Regional News
Tags: atlantic city shooting, boardwalk, july 4, surveillance, cctv
Location: Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States (load item map)
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