UPDATE: Police identify Metro Bus shooting suspect - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

UPDATE: Police identify Metro Bus shooting suspect

A stray bullet in a Mt. Auburn shooting struck a Metro bus Wednesday, cutting an adult passenger's knee and spraying a baby with glass Wednesday. (FOX19 NOW/Mike Woeste) A stray bullet in a Mt. Auburn shooting struck a Metro bus Wednesday, cutting an adult passenger's knee and spraying a baby with glass Wednesday. (FOX19 NOW/Mike Woeste)
CPD released this image of the suspected gunman and asked the public's help in identifying him. (Provided) CPD released this image of the suspected gunman and asked the public's help in identifying him. (Provided)
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UPDATE: Police have released the identity of the gunman in a shooting on Reading Road last week. 

Investigators say Rayshawn Herald pulled a pistol from underneath his clothing and shot at a busy intersection, striking a Metro Bus. Surveillance video shows who police say is Herald during the incident.

He is charged on four counts including: Discharge of a deadly weapon, felonious assault, having weapons while under disability and carrying a concealed weapon. 

Herald remains at large.

If you have any information of Herald's whereabouts call CrimeStoppers at (513) 352-3040.

Below is the original story:

Cincinnati police released surveillance photos Thursday of the suspected gunman who opened fire on Reading Road.

A bullet struck a Metro bus near McGregor Avenue about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday, spraying glass near a 4-month-old baby and on an adult passenger who suffered a cut knee.

Police distributed the photos in the hopes that someone would recognize the suspect and come forward with information leading to his arrest.

He was shooting at another man when the stray bullet hit the bus. He fled the scene in a gray Chevy Malibu with Missouri license plates.

"You better wake up. If you don't wake up, this violence is going to be more, and more, and more. One day, it's going to be out of control,” Ahmed told FOX19 NOW.

"We are in a hard situation here. We call the police daily here,” said Mohamed Ahmed, who manages the Shell station hit by gunfire on Wednesday.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call Crime Stoppers: 513-352-3040.

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