Police still looking for suspect in Tenn. shooting

Associated Press
This photo provided by the Nashville Police Department shows Earnest Woodley aka Earnest Moore. Nashville Domestic Violence Detectives have issued arrest warrants charging convicted murderer Earnest Woodley aka Earnest Moore, 39, with four counts of attempted homicide and four counts of aggravated assault after he allegedly shot his girlfriend, Nicole Luke, 34, and her three daughters, two 14-year-old twins, Deona and Keona Luke, and Kierra Smith, 15. (AP Photo/Nashville Police Department)

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nashville police say they are still looking for a man they say shot his girlfriend and her three teenage daughters at an apartment complex and fled the scene barefoot.

Police said in a statement on Saturday that Earnest Woodley, who also goes by Earnest Moore, should be considered armed and dangerous. Police say he shot 34-year-old Nicole Luke and her daughters Friday night before slipping into a nearby wooded area wearing a gray T-shirt and blue shorts.

Police say one of the teens who was shot has been released from Vanderbilt University Hospital. The others remain hospitalized in stable condition.

Police have asked for the public's help in locating Woodley.

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