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Detroit police seek suspect after shooting kills man and pregnant woman

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Victim Tealer Shaltry, 23 Victim Tealer Shaltry, 23
Victim Brandon Webb, 25 Victim Brandon Webb, 25

DETROIT (WJBK)- Detroit police say they're looking for a gunman who killed Brandon Webb, 25, outside a Detroit house and then fatally shot Tealer Shaltry, 23. Shaltry was nine months pregnant. One other person was shot and critically wounded, Bertram Rutledge, 75.

The shooting happened around 12:50 p.m. on Sunday.

Shaltry's baby was saved via a cesarean delivery. She and Rutledge remain in critical condition on Monday.

Neighbors tell Fox 2 Police say the gunman fled after shooting Webb but then made a u-turn, came back to the house and saw the two victims helping Webb. They say the gunman then started shooting again, striking Rutledge and Shaltry.

Police are looking for that vehicle the suspect drove off in. They say it is a 2006 silver Pontiac GF with the Michigan license plate CLB 3064. The back window of the vehicle was broken out.

Family says the newborn will be named 'Tealer' after her mother.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to hear from family, neighbors in Fox 2's Randy Wimbley's report

-The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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