2. SOUNDBITE (English) Mayor Steven Fulop, (D) Jersey City:
"You know, at the time of the incident yesterday, it was difficult to understand intent and there's still a lot of questions around that. But after reviewing the CCTV cameras on the Jersey City side, we do feel comfortable that it was a targeted attack on the Jewish kosher deli across the street here."
3. Various of bullet holes in glass
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Mayor Steven Fulop, (D) Jersey City:
"We could see the van moving through Jersey City streets slowly. The perpetrator stopped in front of there, calmly opened the door with two long rifles -- him and the other perpetrator -- and began firing from the street into the facility."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) James Shea, Jersey City Public Safety Director:
"This did not begin with gunfire between police officers and the perpetrators, and then moved to the store. It began with an attack on the civilians in the store and then our officers, who were posted a block away, immediately responded to the sound of the gunfire; heroically, placed themselves in the line of fire attempting to give the information and both of them received gunshot wounds as a result."
6. Various of recovery workers
7. SOUNDBITE (English) James Shea, Jersey City Public Safety Director:
"There were multiple other people on the streets, so there were many other targets available to them that they bypassed to attack that place. So, it was clearly -- that was their target and they intended to harm people inside."
8. Wide of deli, police and recovery workers at the scene
The mayor of Jersey City said Wednesday it's clear that the gunmen in a furious shooting that left six people dead targeted a Jewish market.
Mayor Steven Fulop refused to call it an anti-Semitic attack but said surveillance video shows the gunmen driving slowly through the city's streets, and then stopping outside a kosher grocery store where they calmly got out of their van and immediately opened fire.
Neither the state attorney general, who is running the investigation, nor any other law enforcement authority has confirmed the shooters targeted Jews. City Public Safety Director James Shea said Tuesday that terrorism wasn't suspected.
A police officer, three bystanders and two suspects all died in the violence Tuesday afternoon in Jersey City, just across the Hudson River from New York City.
The shooting began near a cemetery, where Detective Joseph Seals, 40, who led the department in the number of illegal guns removed from the streets in recent years, was cut down by gunfire.
The gunmen then drove a stolen rental van to another part of the city and engaged police in a lengthy shootout from inside the kosher market, where the other bodies were later found.