CANTON, MASS. (WHDH) - Canton police released a new video of what they described as a “disgusting” and “targeted” shooting that took place on a busy roadway over the weekend.

The video was recorded by a witness and shows a shooting incident that took place in broad daylight on Turnpike Street near homes, apartments, and businesses.

The two cars are seen colliding in the street before one of the cars spins out. An occupant of that vehicle then walks into frame with what appears to be a gun and fires several shots into the other car.

“I was disgusted that someone would be that careless, that brazen to fire rounds at a motor vehicle across 138,” Police Chief Ken Berkowitz said. “It’s a busy road, it’s 5:30 p.m. your family, my family, anybody could have been walking. They could have been going out for a Sunday dinner like people should be able to enjoy anywhere.”

By the time officers arrived at the scene, both the cars were gone. They were able to track down the abandoned vehicles a short distance away one of them had about six bullet holes in the side.

The drivers and passengers in the cars all fled on foot, according to police.

Though the video indicates the incident started as a road rage incident, police said they believe this was a targeted shooting and that the people involved knew each other. They described the act as “intentional” and “incredibly brazen.”

“We don’t believe it was road rage. The parties knew each other and it was intended,” Berkowitz said.

No one was hurt.

Police said they are confident they will be able to apprehend the suspects.

“Do yourself a favor and turn yourself in. We’re pretty sure we know who you are, so save us the mileage on the trip to come get you,” Berkowitz said.

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