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Video shows moments before Philadelphia teen is gunned down in suspected targeted shooting

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PHILADELPHIA - The heartbroken father of a Philadelphia teen who police say was targeted by a shooter while walking a dog with a friend is demanding justice as investigators hunt for her killer.

Paul Johnson called the fatal shooting of his daughter, Teryn, "overwhelming" a day after police say she was found shot multiple times on the 5300 block of Horrock Street.

It was around 9 p.m. when investigators say Teryn was killed while walking a dog down the street with a friend. Video obtained by FOX 29 shows the chilling moments leading up to the shooting.In the video, a gray Dodge Challenger pulls up as Teryn and her friend walk by.

Then a man is seen running across the street and crouching behind a van. MORE LOCAL HEADLINES"It certainly appears that our decedent was specifically targeted," Captain Jason Smith from the Philadelphia Police Department told reporters at a Monday press conference.Neighbors who rushed to the aid of Teryn said she was hit at least seven times in her chest and side.

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