Cops seek gunmen in child shooting

Police say they're trying to track down two suspects in a shooting on Morrison Avenue that left three people injured, including a young child. Police

THE BRONX - Police say they're trying to track down two suspects in a shooting on Morrison Avenue that left three people injured, including a young child.

Police say a 5-year-old girl and two others, ages 24 and 15, were hurt after the gunmen opened fire on the crowded street on Friday night.

Detectives are hoping surveillance video from the block may yield clues in the search for the suspects.

Investigators say the target of the shooting may have been the 24-year-old man, who they believe may have a connection to a local Dominican gang.

All three victims are expected to recover, authorities say. Police: 5-year-old critical after Morrison Ave. shooting

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