WATCH: Surveillance video shows man shoot into Marietta townhome in broad daylight

Credit: Marietta Police Department

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Home security footage shows an unknown masked man firing a gun at a home three times in broad daylight before running away.

Credit: Marietta Police Department

Home security footage released Tuesday morning shows an unknown masked man firing a gun at a Marietta townhome three times in broad daylight before running away.

The shooting Saturday morning was the last in a series of three, following incidents at the same home Thursday and Friday. Marietta police released the video in hopes that someone will recognize the man or the gray Nissan Murano that was used in the incidents.

The video shows the vehicle quickly driving by the home located in the Manning Road area on Saturday just before 9:15 a.m. At one point, it turns around and stops just out of sight beyond the corner of another home. The suspect, whose face is covered with a yellow bandana, is then seen jogging up to the home, pulling a handgun out of his gym shorts pocket, firing three times and running back to the SUV.

Thursday’s shooting took place at about 8 p.m. and the second took place Friday at about 5 a.m. No one has been injured in any of the three incidents.

Marietta police aren’t often called to the neighborhood in which the shooting occurred, and the man has not been seen in connection with any other criminal activity. His actions only seem targeted at one specific home, police said.

Authorities are still trying to identify a motive in the case.

“While it’s not clear or understandable what his motives are, the general public does not appear to be in danger,” Marietta police spokesman Officer Chuck McPhilamy told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Marietta police are hoping that someone seeing this article will recognize the Nissan Murano or the suspect and call Crime Stoppers Atlanta with tips.”

If spotted, the public is asked to call 911 immediately and avoid contact with the suspect. While no one has been injured, the suspect should be considered armed and dangerous, according to a news release.

Tipsters can remain anonymous, and be eligible for rewards of up to $2,000, by contacting Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477, texting information to 274637 or visiting the Crime Stoppers website.

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