VIDEO: Detectives searching for two men in wild shooting that wounded bystander

Derek Stovall, 42, was hit once in the forearm by a stray bullet while sitting in the front seat of the family's Nissan Xterra on Monday evening.

Also in the SUV were his wife, their two toddlers buckled in their car seats, and their 8-year-old son, who was climbing into a back seat, officials said. They were not wounded.

The Broward Sheriff's Office on Thursday released surveillance video of the shooter. It is seeking the public's help to identify him.

The rear window on the Xterra was shattered when the gunfire erupted past 8 p.m. Monday. One of the bullets lodged in the headliner, investigators said.


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The gunfire stemmed from an argument between two men in the 7700 block of Southwest 10th Street, a residential neighborhood.

The stray shots also pierced the front door, living room and bedroom walls of a nearby house. The residents showed deputies the bullet, which finally came to rest under a bed in the living room. No one in the home was injured, investigators said.

Sheriff's detectives are looking for the two men involved in the dispute. Both are seen in surveillance video at a neighborhood convenience store around the time of the shooting, officials said.

The shooting suspect is seen wearing a dark jacket, ski hat and very baggy shorts. The second man is wearing a white T-shirt with black, decorative markings and long, dark shorts. Detectives would like to speak with both men in the video.

They are circulating a picture of the suspect. He was in a green, older-model Ford Crown Victoria with large chrome rims, officials said.

Investigators are asking anyone with information to call Detectives Matthew Marks or Luis Rivera at 954-321-4224 or Broward Crime Stoppers, anonymously, at 954-493-8477 or go to browardcrimestoppers.org.

Crime Stoppers will pay up to $3,000 for information that leads to an arrest.

Watch the surveillance video at SunSentinel.com/gunfire.

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