PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A 6-year-old is fighting for his life after being caught in the crossfire of a shooting in Germantown late Thursday night.

This is the second child shot in the same area in less than a week, and now police are offering a reward, hoping to entice tips from the public.

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Police say 6-year-old Mihaj Brown is in critical condition, after being shot multiple times while sitting in a parked car with his Godfather on West Clarkson Ave near Ashmeade street, close to LaSalle University.

“About 30-40 shots were fired from about three different weapons,” says Chief Inspector James Holmes.
One of the guns, he says, was an AK 47:

“We need to get our hands on these weapons that were used.”

Investigators say they are searching for a newer model Mercury mountaineer with a light colored bottom and dark colored top, and are still skimming through surveillance video for clues.

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“If you know something or can point us in the right direction, we are more than happy to follow up on it,” Holmes said.

Another 6-year-old was shot less than a mile away, on Woodstock Street, a few days ago.

Officials are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in both cases.