Surveillance video providing clues in Oheka shooting

Sources tell Newsday, two cars, a black sedan and a Jeep carrying the shooter, were both seen on the tape. It is believed the sedan

Gary Melius, owner of the Oheka Castle, is shown in Huntington.

Gary Melius, owner of the Oheka Castle, is shown in Huntington. (2/27/14)

HUNTINGTON - Officials say surveillance video from Oheka Castle is providing more clues about Monday's shooting of owner Gary Melius. 

Sources tell Newsday, two cars, a black sedan and a Jeep carrying the shooter, were both seen on the tape. It is believed the sedan was a lookout vehicle. 

The video also reportedly shows the masked gunman trying to fire three times, but the gun misfires after the first shot. 

Melius is recovering at North Shore-LIJ in Manhasset. 

Suffolk DA Tom Spota visited Melius in the hospital yesterday. 

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