BIG SPRING, TX (KWES) - Big Spring Police have informed us that the victims of the KFC shooting included one adult male and a two-year-old female.
The male was treated at Scenic Mountain Medical Center and is now in stable condition. The two-year-old female was flown by helicopter from SMMC to Covenant Medical in Lubbock and is in serious condition.
Police are looking for two suspects in this incident, Angel Villa, 20, and Rafael Jesus Hernandez Jr., 20.
We're told that the shooting began at about 7:30 p.m. Friday when a tan SUV occupied by Villa and Hernandez opened fire onto two vehicles in the parking lot of the KFC at 1711 S. Gregg. The two vehicles then tried to escape but were followed by the tan SUV. The SUV continued to follow the car with the injured male until the vehicle was disabled at the 1000 block of E. 20th, according to the release.
If you have any information on these suspects, Big Spring Police are asking you to contact Crime Stoppers at 432-263-TIPS (8477) or you can leave an anonymous tip on their "P3 Tips" app or their website at http://www.mybigspring.com/260/Police-Department.
NewsWest 9 has learned police are investigating a shooting at the KFC restaurant on South Gregg Street in Big Spring.
Investigators confirmed two people were shot, but no other details are being released at this time.
Our crew on the scene says there appears to be two crimes scenes.
The KFC restaurant has been blocked off by crime scene tape along with two businesses across the street.
Those businesses are Liberty Tax and Chaney's Jewelry store.
Several agencies are at the scene including Big Spring police, DPS troopers, and the Howard County crime scene unit.
Big Spring police tell us they will be release details once more information is gathered in their investigation.
We will get you updated as soon as that information is released.