Shooting outside Detroit apartment leaves 1 wounded, gunman at large

Police are looking for at least one suspect after a shooting erupted outside an apartment complex Wednesday morning on Detroit's west side. 

The shooting happened just before 10:30 a.m. at Greenfield Terrace Apartments, which is on Greenfield between W McNichols and Puritan. 

"I was just coming in to pick up some things and next thing I know it was a shootout between two people," said Jesse Hollaway, who lives in the complex. 

"Multiple gunshots and just people running everywhere, it was just crazy," said Arkia Black, who works for the building's management company. 

Police haven't released any more information about the shooting except to say one man was critically injured. 

According to police sources, the suspect is a black man in his early 30s around 5 feet, 5 inches tall. He had a silver gun and he got away in a gold, older model Toyota Camry that was occupied with another man and woman.

Residents who call this apartment building home say it's time for the crime to stop.

"We've got to do better," Hollaway said. "You have to solve disagreements in a different way than getting a gun."