Surveillance video released in East New York shooting of NYPD officer Jamil Sarwar

Police have released surveillance video from a Fourth of July shooting of an NYPD officer in Brooklyn. According to authorities, officer Jamil Sarwar was shot

Police want to speak to three men caught on camera on the night of the crime.

Police want to speak to three men caught on camera on the night of the crime. (7/8/13)

BROOKLYN - Police have released surveillance video from a Fourth of July shooting of an NYPD officer in Brooklyn.

According to authorities, officer Jamil Sarwar was shot in the thigh while on foot patrol at the Cypress Hills Houses in East New York. He and his partner were responding to a shooting when more gunshots rang out, wounding Sarwar.

Police questioned two people about the crime last week, and now want to speak to the three men caught on camera in front of 1260 Sutter Ave. on the night of the shooting.

Sarwar was released from the hospital on Friday, and is expected to make a full recovery.

No arrests have been made.
 

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