By Chris Dyer For Mailonline
Published: 15:32 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 15:37 BST, 1 April 2019
A 14-year-old boy who police say had already shot 10 people, pulled out a gun and killed another two victims in cold blood.
The alleged teenager gang member was caught on camera blasting two men in cold blood at close range in a street in Colombia.
He can been seen chatting to one victim outside an off-licence in the city of Medellin last Wednesday before opening fire six times.
As they both walk outside the shop, the boy then pulls a pistol from the waistband of his shorts and fires at two men on the pavement.
According to Pablo Ruiz Garzon, Deputy Head of Police in Valle de Aburra, the boy fatally shot two shop workers outside the store.
In the footage, a large man in a black T-shirt can be seen standing on the street just in front of a young boy, who waits until the larger man turns his back before pulling out a gun.
A teenage boy was seen shooting three men outside an off-licence in Medellin, Colombia, leaving two dead and one injured
He then took aim and fires at the man in the black shirt who flees off-camera as well as another man at the bottom of the screen. He then also fires possibly at a third person before turning and fleeing.
Confused people who were in the shop can be seen coming out on the street to help the injured and one man appears to attempt to follow the teenage suspect who had already run away.
Police identified the victims as Dario Alexis Atehortua Guzman, 43, and Mateo