Harrisburg police have identified two city teenagers who are wanted for a shooting incident that injured eight people outside the Allison Hill Community Center.
Police said they are looking for 15-year-old Lamont Lee Porter and 17-year-old Daniel Rayquan Miley.
Both have been charged as adults in connection with the shooting Sunday morning at Walnut and Hoerner streets.
Porter faces seven counts of attempted homicide in addition to counts of conspiracy, aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and firearms violations.
Miley was charged with one count each of attempted homicide, conspiracy, aggravated assault and reckless endangerment, as well as firearms offenses.
Police said they have also recovered a shotgun, and they believe two additional guns were used in the shooting.
Another 15-year-old Harrisburg boy, Darrell L. Henderson, was arrested Tuesday and charged as an adult with simple assault, conspiracy to commit criminal homicide, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, reckless endangerment, and three firearms offenses.
He was being held in the Dauphin County Prison on $500,000 cash bail.
Authorities have also charged a 19-year-old, Javonte Grandison-Crankfield, for tampering with evidence and a firearms offense. Police said he was with the other defendants, but they do not believe he fired any shots.
Investigators have said the gunshots were fired as several adults and children were leaving the center after a youth party Sunday morning.
The shooting apparently stemmed from a fight at the party, police said.
The victims all sustained non life-threatening injuries. They were treated at a hospital and released.
Police are encouraging Porter and Miley to surrender. Anyone with information concerning their whereabouts may call Harrisburg detectives at 717-255-3154.