Mother and young daughter shot in New York's Times Square

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NYPD officers are hunting for a gunman after three bystanders, including a four-year-old girl, were injured in a shooting at New York's Times Square.

Multiple witnesses told police that the shooting stemmed from a dispute on the street involving two to four or more males and that during the dispute, at least one person pulled out a gun, Shea said.

Two women and a four-year-old girl were shot in New York City's busy Times Square (left).

The 4-year-old girl from Brooklyn was shot in the leg.

She is expected to undergo surgery for her injuries after being shot in the leg.

They were hospitalized in Manhattan, and their lives were not in danger, said NY police commissioner Dermot Shea, at a press briefing.

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The NYPD posted a video and a photo to Twitter of at least one person wanted in connection with the shooting.

One of the women is 23 years old and the other is 43, police said.

The child is among three innocent bystanders to have been injured in the shooting on Saturday afternoon (Sunday morning AEST).

Neighborhood theaters are set to start reopening on September 14, however, and the mayor of New York, Bill de Blasio, recently announced a major campaign to revive tourism from June. What appear to be three gun shots are heard on audio from the videos.

The city has seen a rise in gun violence this year. He declined to elaborate.

City police officials previously have blamed bail reforms that went into effect a year ago for putting offenders back on the streets, but there's little evidence people freed from jail are behind the new crimes.

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