ATLANTA — Police are searching for two suspects they believe were involved in a shooting that left a daughter dead and a mother injured outside of a northwest Atlanta apartment complex.
According to Atlanta Police, the shooting happened in the 200 block of Harwell Place around 1:35 a.m. on Tuesday.
Authorities said the incident started after an earlier argument between the mother and another unknown woman outside of the apartment complex. One of the women called a man after the argument who arrived and shot the victims, police said.
"There was a fight earlier this evening outside of the apartments. From that fight, other people were encouraged to participate in the shooting. They were contacted and called over here -- which brings us to the shooting ... both victims were shot," police told 11Alive.
Four shell casings were found on the scene.
Police said the two victims were both taken to Grady Hospital where the 30-year-old daughter later died. The 45-year-old woman is in stable condition.
Authorities do believe the victims were the intended targets, however, no suspects are in custody.
Police said the shooting suspect is a heavy-set Black man in his 20s or 30s. He is around 5'06" or 5'07" and has a medium brown complexion with a short to medium afro. The unknown woman involved in the incident is in her late 30s to early 40s. She is a dark-skinned Black woman with small braids on the top of her head and large braids in the back. She is about 5'04" or 5'05" with a chubby appearance.
11Alive crews saw several family members at the scene following the shooting.
Authorities have not released the identities of the mother and daughter.
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