Five people were injured in two shooting incidents across New York City on Christmas morning.
The first shooting incident occurred before midnight Friday when a nameless suspect shot four men outside a bodega on Nostrand Ave.
The NYPD said the male suspect approached the area in front of Nostrand Deli and fired several rounds — leaving a 39-year-old in critical condition with a direct hit to his back.
The other victims were a 50-year-old shot in the right buttocks, a 41-year-old hit in the right thigh and a 42-year-old nailed in his right foot.
The NYPD added the suspect hurriedly escaped in an unknown direction after the shooting incident.
Around 1:30 a.m. the following day, another man was shot once in the back outside a strip club on Avenue D in East Flatbush.
The local police said the victim was brought to Brookdale Hospital for immediate treatment.
At the moment, the suspects in the two shooting incidents remain scot-free.