Video sent to CWB Chicago anonymously appears to show a street brawl and shooting attempt unfolding on the streets of Wrigleyville early Sunday. We reported exclusively on the incident hours later.
>See the video HERE<
In the video, a man dressed in a white tee shirt and long red shorts reaches into his waistband and pulls out what appears to be a small gun at the 16-second mark. He places an object behind his back, and he then points the apparent handgun at a group of men and women who are brawling nearby.
|Enhanced screen grabs. (Image: CWB Chicago reader)|
Throughout the battery, two people near the camera are heard yelling "black lives matter" commentary as well as "Stop kicking! No! No! No! Stop!"
Finally, just over a minute into the video, a series of shots rings out before the video abruptly ends as the cameraman and his companion take cover.
|Debris flies up from Addison Street (lower left) after the first shot is heard.|
No one is in custody for the incident. As we reported on Sunday, witnesses to the shooting described the offender as a 25-year-old black man with short hair who was wearing a white shirt and long red shorts. He was last seen running southbound on Racine from Addison.