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A 25-year-old Queens man is in police custody following a scooter-riding shooting spree that left one man dead and three wounded.

The shooting spree took place on Saturday morning in the Brooklyn and Queens boroughs of New York City.

Police say the scooter shooter wielded a 9mm “ghost gun” that was made on a 3D printer using composite materials. Ghost guns do not have serial numbers.

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The gunman allegedly told police that he was being pursued by the Russians and the Chinese.

Multiple camera angles show him riding a scooter and shooting randomly at people on the street.

One disturbing video shows the gunman shoot 86-year-old Homod Ali Saeidi in the back. Saeidi was pronounced dead at a local hospital. The father of six was on his way to a Queens mosque to pray.

The suspect also shot a 21-year-old man in the shoulder near Ashford and Arlington Avenues in East New York. Police say he shot a 44-year-old man in the face at Hillside Avenue and 126th Street.

And he allegedly shot a 63-year-old Hispanic man in the shoulder at 134th Street and Jamaica Avenue.

The suspect allegedly fired multiple times at a fifth man but missed. The man escaped unharmed.

A blurry video image of the suspect was sent out to “every cop in the street,” Assistant Chief Joseph Kenny said at a news conference.

Around 1:10 p.m. — 90 minutes after the last shooting — police in Queens spotted a man who fit the suspect’s description. He was taken into custody and faces multiple charges of murder and attempted murder.

“This guy had a lot of ammunition on him,” a high-ranking police source told The NY Post. “There were going to be other bodies dropped.”