People were forced to flee for their lives as a gunman fired shots into a packed chip shop.
Customers - including a child - can be seen desperately trying to escape the flying bullets.
Chilling footage shows the gunman on CCTV, pacing outside the Classic Fish Bar in Birmingham, on Saturday, as 15 people were inside the chip shop.
The man shoots directly into the fast food restaurant, sending terrified customers, including a young child, diving for cover.
A chip shop worker moved a display fridge to shield his customers and allow them to run around the back of the shop.
Meanwhile, the gunman disappears into the darkness after the attack, which took place at around 7.30pm.
Police said on Monday that they had recovered a car which may have used in the ‘targeted’ attack. Nobody was injured and no arrests have been made.
The worker, who didn’t want to be named, said it was a miracle nobody was injured inside the packed takeaway, reports the Birmingham Mail.
He added: “A boy who was aged about 16 ran into the shop and was trying to hide. A car then stopped outside and three men got out. I knew there was going to be trouble so I started moving the fridge so I could usher customers around the back of the shop.
“Officers have recovered a vehicle suspected of being used during the offence; it was seized by police from the Alum Rock area on Sunday night and will be forensically examined.
“No arrests at this stage; enquiries on-going.”
Anyone with information about the shooting can call police on 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 55511.