Two women, 4-year-old girl wounded in Times Square shooting

Child 4 Among 3 Injured In Times Square Shooting As Family Bought Toys

The incident occurred at 4:55 p.m., near the corner of West 44th Street and 7th Avenue, the report states.

Shea said one of the victims was a 4-year-old Hispanic girl from Brooklyn, who was struck in the leg and is undergoing surgery.

The three victims were a four-year-old child in a stroller, who was hit in the leg while her family was buying toys, a 46-year-old woman hit in the foot, and a 23-year-old tourist from Rhode Island hit in the leg.

Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said at a Saturday news conference, as cited by NY1, that the shooting was the result of a dispute among two to four people.

The NYPD posted a video and a photo to Twitter of at least one person wanted in connection with the shooting. At least one of them is believed to have pulled out a gun and opened fire. None of them is related to the others.

"It appears that all three are innocent bystanders", Shea said.

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Neighborhood theaters are set to start reopening on September 14, however, and the mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, recently announced a major campaign to revive tourism from June.

The city has seen a rise in gun violence this year.

What appears to be three gun shots are heard i the video's audio.

Shea said city police officers have been seizing guns at an alarming rate over the past two years and he said "bad policies" were to blame.

"How many more kids do we need to be shot before we realize that bad policies have consequences and we need action and we need policies regarding laws that have consequences", Shea said.

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