Tiffany Wray and Quanita Wray
INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis police are looking for a man accused in a double shooting that left the mother of his child in critical condition and her sister dead
Quanita Wray, 24, called 911 just after 7 a.m. Saturday to say that she had been shot multiple times, along with her sister, Tiffany Wray, 21, in a home at 5419 E. 42nd St., said Indianapolis police Lt. Jeffrey Duhamell.
Officers found Tiffany Wray dead in a bedroom, with her 1-year-old daughter lying near her. Quanita Wray was transported to Wishard Memorial Hospital in critical condition
, Duhamell said.
Marco Robinson (pictured) is wanted in connection with the shooting
. Police said he has at least one child with Quanita Wray and that the couple had a history of domestic disputes.
Investigators recovered Robinson's vehicle shortly after 2 p.m. Saturday.
He is described by police as black, 28 years old and 250 pounds. Duhamell said Robinson had cut his hair. He recently had a restraining order filed against him.
Anyone with information about his whereabouts is asked to call police or Crime Stoppers at 317-262-TIPS.
At first, police thought that three boys -- ages 2, 4 and 6 years old -- had been taken from the home after the shooting, but it was later determined that they had spent the night at a relative's home. They were located just after noon, Duhamell said.