PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. - Prince George’s County police are investigating a terrifying shooting that happened in a Landover neighborhood on Black Friday.
The shots were fired in a community just off Landover Road and neighbors were left on edge.
Surveillance video shows the moments before the shooting and the frightening sound of gunfire broke out around 9 a.m. One neighbor said they heard at least 40 shots fired at a man coming out of a home on Duvall Ridge Lane.
At least five people dressed in dark clothing came out of a parked car that, according to neighbors, was parked on the street for about an hour before the shooting.
In the video, you can see the group run out and fire dozens of shots at a man who appeared to be coming out of a home with a suitcase.
PGPD says the man was shot multiple times but was able to run away before calling the police near Stoddert Lane. According to the last update from police, he is now in stable condition.
As the shooting is going on you can also see a person walking a dog stuck in the crossfire fall to the ground. FOX 5 was told the individual is a dog walker.
Some neighbors also told us that some bullets went through a window of a home and a parked car.
Josh Reddish lives in the community. He wasn’t home at the time of the shooting, but he heard about what happened.
"Everyone seems to get along pretty well. It’s pretty quiet for the most part, so I think we’re all kind of shocked and taken aback that something happened a stone's throw away from your front door," he said. "I was pretty taken aback. It’s a lot of firepower for whatever it was."
Another neighbor, who didn’t want to share her name with FOX 5, saw the video as well. She said she doesn’t believe those involved with the shooting live in the neighborhood.
"My reaction is that it’s people coming out of the property, chasing each other, or someone was coming through because we have very little crime from the neighborhood itself. Even people coming out of the property, we don’t have a lot of crime," she said. "It’s a very nice neighborhood. A little kids, a lot of people with dogs, walking their dogs. I walk my dog in the middle of the night, even. I don’t feel unsafe here at all."
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.