Real estate tycoon Kameron Segal has been shot by a bike-riding gunman as he sat parked in his Rolls Royce in Hollywood.
Kameron Segal, 48, was shot at least twice in the neck area at close range around 8:40 p.m. Friday while parked behind his business, William Holdings Inc., in the 7500 block of Sunset Boulevard, just west of North Gardner Street. He was taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital where he was reported in critical but stable condition on January 17.
Police say there was no indication of robbery but haven’t disclosed a motive in the mysterious attack.
Authorities say the shooter – described as a black man wearing dark clothing – rode up on either a 10-speed or racing bicycle and attacked Kameron Segal before pedaling off. Police searched the Hollywood area but were unable to locate him.
On his website, Kameron Segal is described as the chief executive and founder of William Holdings Inc., a real estate management company with 19 apartment buildings in Los Angeles. An acquaintance at the scene told a KNBC-TV reporter that Kameron Segal was on his way to purchase a $5-million building in downtown Los Angeles.
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