2 dead, 2 injured and suspect on the run from Wilson shooting, sheriff’s office says

WILSON, North Carolina (WNCN) – A 43-year-old man is wanted in a shooting that left two dead and two others injured in Wilson County on Tuesday afternoon.

The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office said MPs were called to the 3500 block of London Church Road, just north of Wilson’s city limits.

Upon arrival, MPs found a deceased person at the scene.

Two women were also at the scene, suffering from gunshot wounds. Both were taken to hospital for treatment.

The suspect, Adrian Tynrell Horne of Macclesfield, was seen leaving the scene in a black Buick with another victim and an 8 month old baby.

This Buick was located about 17 miles away in Edgecombe County, Cedar Creek Land and Otter Creek Road area.

The body of a woman was found in the Buick.

The infant was located by Edgecombe County MPs and taken to hospital for evaluation. The current condition of this child is unknown.

MPs said Horne was seen getting inside a 2000s GMC Yukon Champagne SUV with black rims.

He is 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs around 220 pounds, and was last seen wearing a white hoodie.

Investigators do not know in which direction he traveled.

Horne has active arrest warrants for two counts of first degree murder.

The shooting was not a random act and was considered to be domestic in nature.

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