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Oct 28, 2015 3:27 PM

UPDATE: New photos, video further investigation into Manchester park shooting

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MANCHESTER - Police in Manchester have a suspect in the shooting that happened Monday at Enright Park.

NH1 News acquired new surveillance video and images in connection to the shooting, and residents in and around the neighborhood said they fear of living in the unsafe area where the shots were fired.

Police are looking for David "Chase" Rondon. He is now being charged with attempted murder in connection with the shooting.

Some concerned residents did not want to be named while being interviewed about the shooting.

“He did this, and what’s to say he won’t come back around,” said one concerned parent.

One woman showed NH1 News the bullet holes on her front steps, outdoor couch and in her car — all allegedly left by the gunman.

“I mean the height of where they were pulling some of the bullets out of is concerning with the amount of little kids around here,” said Curtis Sampson of Manchester.

NH1 News spoke to some who blame drug and prostitution activity in the park for recent violence.

"When you have drugs, you’re going to have violence and yeah, we pick up needles right off the sidewalk,” said Sampson.

After a patrol of the area Wednesday, no needles were found, but suspicious bags and glass bottles were found, which concerned an officer.

"You know we shouldn't have to feel scared. I shouldn’t have to tell my 4-year-old what a needle is,” said another concerned parent.

Another piece of the puzzle: just moments before the shooting, a man appeared on one shop owner’s surveillance video.

Check out the exclusive video here.

Manchester police urged citizens not to approach a potentially armed Rondon if seen on the street.

If anyone has information of tips in regards to Rondon, contact the Manchester Crimeline at (603) 624-4040.

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