Apparently angry at a bouncer after getting kicked out of some Philadelphia club, one man opted to return and introduce all involved to his little friend.
Surveillance footage caught the attempt on video, so police were able to identify 21-year-old Henry Pettigrew as the shooting suspect. Pettigrew, who is still at large, fired multiple rounds from an AK-47 into the club, but luckily no one was seriously injured.
Allegedly, Pettigrew and a friend were booted from the Purple Orchid Gentleman’s Club on May 11 at around 2 a.m. Minutes later, the video footage shows a man in an orange hooded jumpsuit get out of a car, fire shots at another car speeding away and approach the club with the assault weapon - right before losing his footing at the door. Standing back up, Pettigrew then opens the door to the club, fires of a couple rounds and runs back out to the parking lot.
Only one person was struck, but not fatally. Pettigrew is believed to have fled the club with a getaway vehicle driven by his friend.
Police are still searching for Pettigrew, who is described as being 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds with a thin beard. Pettigrew’s friend has been described as a black male between the ages of 20 and 25, around 5-foot-10 and medium build with a goatee.