Black man gunned down in New York City while holding hands with his 6-year-old daughter as they crossed a street

Father gunned down in New York while holding hands with his 6-year-old daughter as they crossed a street

A father was shot dead while walking his six-year-old daughter through a New York City street on Sunday, video shows.

Anthony Robinson, 29, was crossing the road just before 6 pm in the Bronx borough of the city when a car appeared as though it was going to turn onto the crosswalk.

As Robinson held his daughter’s hand while they walked, the car didn’t turn, but rather followed the pair as they made it to the other side of the street.

Roughly 27 seconds into the video, released by the New York Police Department, someone in the passenger seat of the car is seen pulling out a gun and holding it in broad daylight.

Warning: Video below may be disturbing to some.

Suddenly, the father drops to the ground as his daughter follows a passerby who flees the scene.

The vehicle veers to the left and drives off, as Robinson appears to writhe in pain on the ground.

Harrison posted surveillance footage online and asked for any information related to the man’s death.

According to the New York Post, Robinson who lived in Brooklyn was one of eight homicides throughout the city during the 4th of July weekend

Family members said Robinson was a father of two. His cousin, Michael Parker, said Robinson would be missed.

He’s loved. He’ll be remembered, Parker said. He’s going to live through us.

No arrests have been made. The NYPD is offering up to $10,000 for information leading to an arrest.

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