TROY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Troy Police officers received several 911 calls about a shooting at 28 4th Street, the Bradley Bar, around 11:30 p.m. Saturday. Upon arrival, a man was found by police who had been shot in the chest. Troy Fire Department members treated the victim at the scene, and he was taken to a local hospital where he later died.

Shortly after, a second man with a gunshot wound to his torso arrived at a local area hospital in a private car. Investigations have determined that the second victim was also at 28 4th Street when the shooting occurred. He is being treated at the hospital, and police said his injuries are serious.

The owner of The Bradley, which is the bar in front where the shooting took place, says the shooting is a shock. “It was an anomaly. It was unprecedented. A very tragic ending to what was a beautiful night in Troy,” says Vic Christopher, “we have a very nice atmosphere at The Bradley bar. It’s a regular bar where everybody knows one another. We had a fundraiser last night for someone who was near to us that had passed so there were a lot of strange faces in the crowd. I believe we witnessed what was a targeted attack on one of our customers.”

Multiple detectives and evidence technicians continued patrol units’ investigations at the scene. Several active leads have been provided and the investigation is ongoing.

If you saw anything last night, Troy Police ask you to contact their detectives at (518) 270-4421. You can also reach detectives online at troypd.org.