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Suspect on the run after double shooting in Sharonville

John A. Kelley (aka Drew), 32, wanted for two counts of attempted murder. John A. Kelley (aka Drew), 32, wanted for two counts of attempted murder.
SHARONVILLE, OH (FOX19) -

Police are looking for a suspect after a double shooting in Sharonville on Friday.

Shaudrell Foshee, 26, of Middletown was shot at the Travelodge Motel on Dowlin Drive just after 7 a.m. She was taken to Bethesda North Hospital listed in critical condition.

Erick Davis, 20, was found in the parking lot of the UPS facility on Canal Drive. His injuries were non life-threatening, also taken to Bethesda North and later released.

Now, police are searching for a man wanted for two counts of attempted murder, identified as John A. Kelley (aka Drew), 32. Authorities say there are strong indications the shooting was not a random attack.

"Our female victim was staying at the hotel and our second victim was a, has a connection to the female, but we're not exactly sure whether they work together or he was just visiting," explained Lt. Mark Preuss with the Sharonville Police Department.

Preuss says it's still unclear whether Foshee was shot in her room, or something else on the motel property. As for Davis, he was shot in the elbow and reportedly managed to make his way to the nearby UPS facility and call for help.

Kelley reportedly fled the scene in his 1989 red Chevy pick up truck, which was later found Friday afternoon near the Mt. Airy Forest.

Kelley remains at large, described as a black male, 6'1" and 240 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

Police say Kelley has family in the area, but he has an address in Georgia, so they believe he could be fleeing south. He is wanted for two counts of attempted murder.

Police say the shooting was the result of a domestic dispute between Kelley and the female.

Anyone with information on Kelley's whereabouts should call Crime Stoppers at (513) 352-3040.

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