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WEST VILLAGE, Manhattan – New details emerged Tuesday in a shooting near trendy Meatpacking District nightclub The Griffin.

The victim emerged from the club shortly after 4 a.m. and hopped into his car, which was parked near West Fourth and Gansevoorst streets. That’s when the culprit pulled up in front of the victim and backed into his car, a police source said, adding that investigators believe the shooter hit the victim’s vehicle on purpose.

The two began fighting. The culprit pulled out a gun and ordered the victim to hand over his belongings then fired two shots, hitting the victim in his hip and arm, the source said.

The unidentified victim was taken to a hospital where he is listed as stable, police said.

The attacker jumped into a minivan and fled the scene. As of 10:30 a.m., he was still at large.

Initially, officials said the altercation may have been sparked by a dispute over a parking space.