CROWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. (WABC) -- Police have released surveillance video of two suspects wanted in connection with the shooting of an aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo in Brooklyn.
The video shows the suspects running with guns drawn into a building on Bedford Avenue in Crown Heights early Monday morning.
It was just minutes after the aide, 43-year old attorney Carey Gabay, was shot in the head in the same area.
On Thursday, the NYPD released a sketch of a man they are looking for.
The sketch shows a bearded man draped in a Jamaican flag, the suspected gunman in the shooting during a pre-dawn party in Crown Heights.
Gabay is still listed in critical condition at Kings County Hospital, and police believe the suspect is a local gang member who opened fire at a rival among hundreds who were peacefully enjoying the festivities.
The first deputy counsel for the governor was shot at about 3:47 a.m. The suspect is described as a black man in his late teens or early 20s who was wearing a white T-shirt and black pants.
In a statement Tuesday, his family said "Carey remains in critical condition and is currently in an induced coma surrounded by his loved ones. Our family is thankful for the outpouring of prayers that we've received in the aftermath of this senseless violence. Carey has always been an inspiration to all of us and he continues to inspire us with his fight for survival. We are leaning on our faith and asking for continued support during this extremely difficult time."
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Video released of two suspects wanted in shooting of aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo