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NYPD releases video of alleged gunmen who shot two subway riders

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Two subway riders opened fire on two other straphangers on a train in Manhattan Saturday morning.

The attack happened on a southbound 4 train that was in the 125 Street and Lexington Avenue station in Harlem around 12:15 a.m., police said.

The alleged gunmen approached a 21-year old and 22-year old and began fighting with them before pulling out a weapon, according to the NYPD.

The younger victim was shot at least five times, in his arms, legs and rear end, and the other victim was hit once in the midsection, according to police, who said they were expected to survive the ambush.

Two subway riders opened fire on two other straphangers on a train in Manhattan Saturday morning.
Two subway riders opened fire on two other straphangers on a train in Manhattan Saturday morning.
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Police released surveillance footage of the suspected gunmen waiting for a train. They remained on the loose, cops said.

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