That video is part of the evidence that LAPD detectives are investigating, according to LAPD official Mike Lopez.
The footage, recorded by a home surveillance camera, shows a dog and shows tax on Sierra Bonita Avenue in Hollywood Hollywood on Wednesday night when a light-colored sedan slowed down and stopped next to it. At least two people can be seen getting out of the vehicle and blaming the dog tax. In the video, a “no, no” sound is heard as the victim struggles with her attackers.
One man is seen restraining the victim, as another gun appears. When the sound of gunfire was heard, the victim was running towards the car from behind.
“Oh God, oh God, help me” the dog driver is heard screaming just before driving. He has heard that he has been shot in the heart and lungs and both dogs have been stolen since neighbors rushed to his aid.
“We heard blood-curling screams. And then a shot was fired in about a minute,” a neighbor, Rachel Mason, told CNN. “We just pulled over for cover, ran inside and called 911.”
Mason said it was a traumatic scene and his neighbor helped save the victim’s life.
“The guy was literally bleeding as we came back and the police and paramedics were coming, and our neighbor was compressing his chest,” Mason said. “I didn’t know if he was alive or dead and he was put on a stretcher and put in an ambulance.”
Mason added that he had no idea that the victim, Lady Gaga’s dog, was going for a walk and that her dogs had been stolen.
Right now, the victim’s condition is serious and the dog is still missing, according to Lopez. The dog walker has not been identified in public. Police described the attackers as men between the ages of 20 and 25.
The singer is offering a prize of આપી 500,000 for the return of her dogs, Koji and Gustav.