The Philadelphia police department wants help identifying two men they believe committed Sunday's early morning shooting in the 4300 block of Cresson St.
The incident occurred on Sept. 9, at around 1:20 a.m. as two men were exiting the Grape Room.
The two men were walking to their vehicle when they were shot multiple times by what surveillance footage shows to be two different men.
One of the victims was shot three times in the chest and sustained critical injuries. The second man was shot once in the hand and once in the arm.
After the shooting, footage shows the alleged shooters fleeing the area on foot.
Police have provided the following description of the alleged shooters:
Suspect #1: Black male, tall with a thin build, wearing a blue shirt and dark blue or black pants. Suspect was armed with a handgun in his left hand.
Suspect #2: Black male, husky build, goatee, wearing a red shirt with white lettering on the front and blue jeans. Suspect was also armed with a handgun.