Watch Raymond Spencer video: DC shooter Video (Viewers Discretion)

Raymond Spencer video: DC shooter Video (Viewers Discretion)

Viewer discretion advised: We want to warn you, these images may be traumatic to take in.

A video purportedly recorded by the alleged shooter while he opened fire in Northwest D.C. made the rounds on social media shortly after the incident that left four people wounded.

The 30-second-long video was posted to the message board website 4Chan under the same Raymond Spencer. Earlier Friday, police named 23-year-old Spencer of Fairfax, Virginia, as a person of interest in the shooting.

In a news conference Friday night, DC Police Chief Robert Contee announced that the suspected shooter was found dead, did not give his identity pending family notification, but said that they had stopped looking for the person of interest.

WUSA9 counted more than 60 gunshots over a 19-second span with the shooter reloading once in the middle of the 2 volleys of bullets.

The video itself is unstable at times and the sheer terror of it all is seen more clearly in freeze frames taken from the footage.

Raymond Spencer video: DC shooter Video (Viewers Discretion)

The shooter appears to have modified the camera to include a red bullseye on the screen. First, taking aim at a poster for a recent fundraiser in the Edmund Burke School window. A few frames later, after the shots start, you can see four bullet holes in that same window. Just feet away, a young student appears to be ducking.