Man dies days after being shot Easter morning in Minneapolis

A man has died three days after being shot in Minneapolis early Easter morning, a disturbing shooting that was captured on camera.

Police responded to the area of 14th Avenue South and East 29th Street for the shooting around 12:30 a.m. on Sunday for the report of a man lying in the street. At the scene, officers found a 45-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his head.

A security camera on a nearby home captured the moment the man was shot. 

It shows a black SUV drive through an alleyway and then come to an abrupt stop facing the street. The victim then enters the picture, walking down the street from left to right in front of the SUV when there is a flash of light near the driver's side window and a loud bang.

The man falls to the ground, motionless and the SUV peels away, its tires screeching as it turns right and speeds down the street. 

The man was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. In a news release on Wednesday night, officers say the man died at the hospital Wednesday night.

Police say they are still looking for the suspect.