Investigators are reviewing surveillance video in a shooting that happened outside of a tavern on Saturday morning.

An Erie man remained in critical but stable condition on Sunday as city police detectives continued their investigation into a Saturday morning shooting outside of an eastside tavern.

The 25-year-old victim, whose name was not released, suffered at least three gunshot wounds when someone fired multiple shots in the 200 block of East 30th Street shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday.

Erie police reported Saturday that officers were called to Uptown Browns, 264 E. 30th St., to investigate reports of shots fired and found the 25-year-old man shot in the shoulder and the hip. He was taken to UPMC Hamot, where he remained hospitalized Sunday afternoon.

Detectives said Sunday that they have not had the opportunity to speak to the man.

Investigators said it appears the man left the tavern and was walking to his car when someone started firing gunshots at him. Detectives suspect someone was waiting for him, as there was no evidence that it was a random shooting and there were no reports of any fights or altercations before the victim was shot.

Police officers recovered 10 shell casings in the street. Some surveillance video was also obtained, and investigators were analyzing it on Sunday. Detectives are also searching for additional video from surveillance cameras in the area of the tavern.

Anyone with information that could assist in the investigation is asked to call Erie police Detective Sgt. Sean Bogart at 870-1191.

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