A man with a gun hidden in his pocket opened fire on a car parked on a Brooklyn street, wounding a woman sitting inside, harrowing video shows.
The shocking gunfire happened near the corner of Wyona St. and Pitkin Ave. in East New York on Dec. 13 around 4 p.m.
Video released Saturday shows shows a man in a black winter coat, black hooded sweatshirt and white surgical mask casually walk past a black Saturn Vue parked by a hydrant with his hands in his pockets.
Moments later he raises his hand — which is still in his coat pocket — and opens fire, blasting apart the Vue’s driver’s side window.
The gunman fires twice then draws closer and tries to shoot several more times, but the gun apparently misfires, the video shows.
A 31-year-old woman sitting inside was struck twice in the left arm, cops said. Medics rushed her to Brookdale Hospital where she was treated for a minor injury.
The driver of the car was not harmed, cops said.
The gunman was also wearing black sweatpants, white sneakers and an Under Armor black backpack, police said.
He is still being sought.