MILWAUKEE -- Police are looking for the gunman responsible for a double shooting on Milwaukee's north side. It happened early Thursday morning, Nov. 29 near 47th and Center -- where family members say the whole thing started over an argument.
A riddled black SUV shows the scars left behind after the shooting. Neighbors say the round of gunfire was startling.
"I was in my room and I just heard pop pop pop pop," said Brenda Hampton, lives nearby.
Brenda Hampton says she heard sprinting after the shots were fired.
"When I heard people running through the alley, I knew someone was trying to get away from something," said Hampton.
The shots rang out around 2:45 a.m., an uncommon sound for many who live nearby.
"It's a good neighborhood. I never heard nothing like this in this block," said Stella Horton, lives nearby.
One victim's mother says it started as an argument at a nearby bar. The feud eventually found its way to 47th and Center.
"You can't take my baby's life over words or a difference of opinion," said the mother of the female victim.
She says her 23-year-old daughter and a 30-year-old man were sitting in the SUV, when they were ambushed by someone they knew. It happened right outside the young woman's front door.
"I jumped up and I sat up on the bed and I hear this at the door... [pounding]," said the mother of the 23-year-old victim.
She says she opened the door and her daughter had a gunshot wound to the stomach.
"My daughter... she is blessed to be alive," said the mother of the 23-year-old victim.
As police piece together the crime, the neighborhood hopes -- as the victims heal -- the community will too.
"You just have to pray and hope you won't be the victim," Hampton said.
Police say both victims received non-life threatening injuries.
Officers are still searching for a known suspect.