RIVERVIEW, Fla. — Neighbors got their first look Friday at a shooting that shook their community last week.

The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office released video from the Osprey Lakes West Homeowners Association that officials say shows a man firing at a group of teens down the street from Spoto High School on Feb. 14.

Investigators are asking for the public's help to find Jahfahree Edwards, 24, who has been identified as a suspect in the case.

What You Need To Know

  • The Hillsborough Sheriff's Office is asking for the public to help investigators locate Jahfahree Edwards, 24

  • HCSO officials say surveillance footage allegedly shows Edwards shooting a gun at a group of teens outside the Osprey Lakes West community in Riverview on Feb. 14

  • The Sheriff's Office said no injuries were reported in connection with the shooting

"It's very scary," Osprey Lakes West resident Romny Rodriguez said of the incident.

Surveillance footage captured the chaos as shots rang out just outside the gates of the community. HCSO officials said Edwards allegedly shot at the teens during a fight not far from the school.

"In this area, here are the mailboxes, so I know the shooter was kind of standing here," Rodriguez said.

Rodriguez said he was at work when the shooting happened around 4 p.m. on Valentine's Day. He told Spectrum News after he watched the video, he thought about how busy that area by the mailboxes can get.

"There's a bunch of kids around riding bikes and people coming from work, maybe kids from the school," he said.

The footage shows cars and several people flee when the shooting started, but Sheriff's Office investigators said they have not received any reports of injuries connected to the shooting.

"I'm impressed no one was injured," said Rodriguez.

After living in Osprey Lakes West for four years, Rodriguez said the shooting has made him feel unsafe and that the community may want to look into forming a neighborhood watch.

"I have the hope that it can get better," said Rodriguez. "So, that's why we're trying to get together, you know, all of us, and see what we can do."

Anyone with information on Edwards' whereabouts is asked to call the Sheriff's Office at 813-247-8200.