U.S. Marshals: 2 men were targeted, but 2 females ended up the victims

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MILWAUKEE -- U.S. Marshals are looking for 24-year-old Abrian Woodall.

Marshals say Woodall is wanted for shooting two people including a young child. Agents say Woodall and another suspect intended to shoot two men but when opening fire  struck an adult female and a female child.  No one else was injured.

The victims were taken to a hospital and recovered from their wounds. Woodall left the scene before police arrived and remains at large.

Agents say it has been difficult tracking Woodall because there isn't a lot of information about him in the criminal justice system.  Woodall does not have any serious charges or convictions to speak of.

The incident occurred in June 2016 in the neighborhood near 38th and Fairmount. A group of people were gathered in front of a home.

U.S. Marshals consider Abrian Woodall dangerous and encourage anyone with information to come forward.

Woodall is 5'11" and weighs 145 pounds.  Anonymous tips can be sent to U.S. Marshals by calling 414-297-3707.