CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Police have released surveillance video of the shooting that happened at Tucker's Restaurant in Over-The-Rhine on Tuesday.
Police say two black, male gunmen entered the restaurant at 1637 Vine Street and opened fire. The owner's wife was shot in the hand and a female customer was shot in the back. The wife sustained non-life threatening injuries. The customer shot in the back is still listed in critical condition.
There is no motive to the shooting at this time.
The first suspect is described as a black male, between 5'11" and 6' tall with a lean build. He was last seen wearing a long dark coat with gray around the collar, white gym shoes and a mask.
The second suspect is described as a black male, 5'11" to 6', thin to medium build. He was last seen wearing a dark coat with a gray stripe on the back, blue jeans, and wheat colored Timberland boots.
Police say the first suspect ran south on Vine Street and the second suspect ran north on Vine to Green Street.
Anyone with any information on these subjects are urged to call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040 or Det. Dan Kreider 513-352-4565.
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