WATCH: NYPD releases video of man wanted in deadly quadruple shooting

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Police released video of the man wanted in connection to a quadruple shooting that left one person dead earlier this month.

Police say it happened in the lobby of 1778 Fulton St. in Bed-Stuy while the victims were waiting for a taxi.

Police tell News 12 they had to go through several surveillance cameras in the area to try and get a good image of the suspect.

The video released overnight by the NYPD shows the vehicle officers believe the suspect got into and fled the scene in and the man who they want to speak with about all of this.

Investigators say on Feb. 6 around 10:30 p.m., the man opened fire on four people who were in the lobby of 1778 Fulton St.

They say 20-year-old Giovanni Lewis was struck in in the head and chest and died.

Police tell us a 20-year-old man was shot in the chest and a 55-year-old woman was shot in the abdomen. They were both taken to the hospital where they are expected to survive. A 22-year-old woman was also hospitalized with a graze wound.

Police say the suspect was wearing a black hooded sweater, dark colored pants and dark colored shoes.

They also say he got into a black SUV that was driven by a second person near Rochester Avenue and Herkimer Street.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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