HAYWARD (CBS SF) — BART police are asking for the public’s help in identifying persons of interest in a shooting that occurred near the bus zone at the Hayward station in June.

BART released a video from a surveillance camera that shows four men walking down the stairs into the station at 699 B St. at about 8 p.m. on June 17, about 15 minutes before shots were fired near the bus zone. The video also shows a guitarist playing music at the bottom of the stairs.

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No one was hurt in the shooting.

BART police Chief Kenton Rainey said in a statement, “We encourage anyone with information about this incident to report it, anonymously if they wish, to BART detectives.”

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Rainey said, “A community member’s information, along with the evidence we’ve already gathered, could bring these individuals to justice.”

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