German Gorbuntsov shooting: Police make Crimewatch appeal
Police investigating the attempted murder of Russian businessman German Gorbuntsov in east London are to make an appeal on the BBC's Crimewatch.
The programme will reconstruct the moment the 46-year-old was shot several times as he entered a block of flats in Byng Street, Isle of Dogs, on 20 March.
Mr Gorbuntsov remains in hospital but says the attack has left him disabled.
"They found six bullets inside me. I was badly injured and badly affected," he tells the programme.'Serious damage'
He adds: "My future is uncertain. The worst feeling is that guy shot me and ran away and probably thought that he had killed me.
"I have serious internal damage to my body. I still have not seen a single doctor who's absolutely convinced I will be fine."
Det Ch Insp Russell Taylor, from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command, is leading the investigation.
"We are continuing to examine CCTV footage from the area and are keen to speak with anyone who may have been in the Byng Street area shortly before or after," he said.
The suspect is described as white, 6ft (1.83m) tall and of slim build, wearing a dark hooded top.
He was seen running from Byng Street away from Westferry Road, believed to have moved through Bellamy Close, towards the Marsh Wall area.
A hooded top, along with a gun and a fake leather bag were found in bushes nearby.
The programme can be seen on BBC1 at 21:00 BST.