Detectives with the St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office were called out the Teche Regional Medical Center yesterday after two people were being treated after being shot.

Investigators say they learned that the two wounded victims and a third, unharmed victim were traveling west on Highway 182 when the incident happened.  Investigators say the victims were approaching the Greenwood Overpass and they saw a gold colored Chevrolet Impala pulled up along side in the opposing lanes of travel.  Victims say that this was when the passenger of the gold colored Impala began shooting at them striking two of the three victims.

Investigators say they developed two suspects during the investigation, Terrence Hollins and Bryan Kemp.  Police say Terrence Hollins was the actual shooter.  Suspect Bryan Kemp, investigators say, was arrested for outstanding warrants.   The Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for assistance in locating Terrance Hollins.

The description of Hollins from deputies is that he is a black male, 5'8", 165 lbs, and has a tattoo of "BELINDA" on his left arm and initials on his right arm.  Suspect is wanted with warrants charging him with 3 counts of attempted 1st degree murder and possession of a firearm by a person convicted of certain felonies.