WATCH: Ohio Police Release Graphic Videos of Eight Officers Fatally Shooting DoorDash Driver Jayland Walker as He Fled Traffic Stop

Demonstrators protest against the Akron police shooting death of Jayland Walker on Sunday. (REUTERS/Gaelen Morse)

Graphic videos released Sunday show eight Ohio cops firing the barrage of bullets that killed a black man fleeing a traffic stop in Akron — with the city’s mayor calling the footage “heartbreaking.”

Authorities have not said how many shots were fired at DoorDash driver Jayland Walker, 25, but Akron Police Chief Steve Mylett on Sunday acknowledged the number could be more than 90, with the man suffering at least 60 bullet wounds, according to cincinnati.com.

The shooting took place Monday, after Walker allegedly refused to stop for cops trying to pull him over for unspecified traffic and vehicle violations.

Police say Walker fired a gunshot from his car as he was being pursued.

When Walker finally stopped his vehicle, he got out of the car in a ski mask and ran away from police, footage shows.

Police said it appears he was turning toward officers, who believed he was preparing to shoot at them, when cops opened fire. One video shows a hail of bullets fired toward Walker, who Mylett said was unarmed at the time.

Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan called the video “heartbreaking,” while a lawyer for Walker’s family has said the man was on the ground as cops continued to fire.

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SOURCE: New York Post, David Propper