Broome County police agencies are looking for the man who gunned down an unarmed person outside a Johnson City restaurant.

The shooting occurred around 10:15 p.m. Saturday in the parking lot of Halal Bites at 652 Riverside Drive.

According to WBNG, Johnson City police chief Brent Dodge said the man who was shot was seriously injured.

Medics reportedly performed CPR on the wounded man before he was taken to Wilson Medical Center. His condition was not known.

Halal Bites is located at the corner of Riverside Drive and Grand Avenue, just west of the heavily-traveled Route 201.

The man wounded in the attack apparently did not have a weapon.

Police said the shooter's face was covered by a mask. They did not release any description of a vehicle that may have been used by the gunman.

Johnson City police were assisted by New York State Police and Broome County sheriff's deputies at the scene of the shooting.

Contact WNBF News reporter Bob Joseph: bob@wnbf.com

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