The North Belfast woman was at the scene reporting on rioting in the Creggan area of Derry on Thursday night when she was shot dead

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The disturbing footage of the gunman who shot and killed Lyra McKee has been released by the PSNI, to try and catch those responsible for her murder!

The gunman was shooting up a busy street, towards the PSNI, even though there were residents and children on the same street.,

Kyra McKee was reporting on the trouble in the Creggan area of Derry on Thursday night. When she was shot by the gunman.

A stander-by phoned an ambulance but the PSNI took her straight to the hospital in their landrover. Lyra McKee was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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The footage shows Lyra in the crowd as well as the gunman appearing from behind a wall and someone picking up something from the ground on the same corner.

Detective Superintendent Jason Murphy , who is leading the investigation, is calling for the community in Creggan to help police identify the murderer.

“Lyra’s death is senseless and appalling beyond belief,” he said.

“It represents the tragic loss of promise and the loss of potential, however it should not be the loss of hope. We know that the people of Creggan do not support what happened and they stand with us today in outrage and disgust at the mayhem that took place on their streets last night.
Times, “We are issuing CCTV from the incident which shows Lyra in the crowd. The footage also shows the gunman at the corner and an individual picking up something from the ground on the same corner. We are releasing this to encourage anyone with information to make contact with us”

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“Please, submit your footage and images to the dedicated Major Incident Public Portal via  https://mipp.police.uk/operation/PSNI19O09-PO1  or pick up the phone and call us on 101. Make a difference.”

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