New developments in shootout that left 6 dead in New Jersey

Surveillance video showed one gunman firing as he entered a Kosher market, which police now say was deliberately targeted.
3:19 | 12/12/19

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Now to those new developments in that deadly attack in New Jersey. Thousands remembering the victims overnight as authorities learn more about the shooters saying surveillance video shows they clearly targeted that jewish market. Adrienne Bankert is in Jersey City with the latest. Good morning, Adrienne. Reporter: Good morning to you, robin. Law enforcement officials have confirmed that that surveillance video you spoke about is part of their investigation. Now, while we're still awaiting an official word as to the motive, we know the location behind us here is more than a building. There's a synagogue located next door and this is all part of the small but growing hasidic community here who grieved overnight at two huge funerals. Overnight thousands in Brooklyn, New York, and Jersey City, new Jersey, mourned the victims of the New Jersey shooting rampage as those who lost their lives are laid to rest, new surveillance video captures what preceded the killings inside this kosher market. There were multiple other people on the street so there were many othering its available to them that they bypassed to attack that place. So it was clearly -- that was their target and they intended to harm people inside. Reporter: Around 12:20 P.M. Tuesday, two suspects parked right outside the market, slowly emerging from a stolen U-Haul van armed with high-profile rifles. The suspects, 47-year-old David Anderson and 50-year-old Francine graham enter the store with at least one of them opening fire. Police say the two may have been members of the black hebrew israelite, a group known to law enforcement for its anti-jewish and anti-police views. Sources tell ABC news Anderson recently posted anti-semitic comments online and recovered a pipe bomb inside the U-Haul. No question this is a hate crime. Reporter: Among the dead, market owner Mindy Ferencz, a mother of five, employee Douglas Rodriguez and a customer, 24-year-old Moshe Deutsch. A few hundred bullets went into a body of a 24-year-old child. How can we as a community, as people bear that? Reporter: One person in the market was injured but survived. Police officers eventually killed the suspects after a gun battle that lasted hours. We have an officer down. A lot of officers out in the open. Kind of like we were at war. It sounded like "Desert storm" out here. Reporter: According to the state attorney general the attackers were also prime suspects in the murder of an Uber driver just days earlier. Police believe it is why the two shot and killed detective Joe seals who encountered the two at a nearby cemetery before driving to the kosher market. Throughout the neighborhood cars and buildings are riddled with bullet holes. The painful memory still fresh with police being commended for jumping into the line of fire. Could have been far deadlier. The reason it was not due to the heroism of the men and women of the Jersey City police department. Reporter: State and federal officials tell us they hope to reveal more of what they've learned from those documents inside that stolen U-Haul and the motive of these two suspects sometime today, Michael. So much to process there, Adrienne. Thank you so much.

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