A man said "wassup" to two juveniles in Concord, New Hampshire, last week before pointing a gun at them, according to police.
Authorities were dispatched to the area of Thorndike and Piece Streets on May 20.
Two juveniles said that a man wearing sunglasses looked at them and said "wassup" (What's up?), but they ignored him. He reportedly said "wassup" for a second time and pulled out a gun and pointed it right at them. The juveniles said he appeared to be on his cell phone at the time.
Upon seeing the weapon, the juveniles said they fled the area.
They described the subject as a tall and skinny man in his 20s or 30s, who was wearing sunglasses and a Gucci jacket. He was also said to be wearing some chains around his neck.
The Concord Police Department has recovered a photograph from nearby surveillance video and is asking for the public to assist in identifying the individual of interest depicted in the photograph.
Anyone with information is asked to call: (603) 226-3100.