EUDORA, Ark. (KTHV) -- Two adults and a 19-month-old child were wounded by gunfire Sunday in Eudora, a small town in Chicot County.

Eudora police responded to 240 South Mabry Street at approximately 10:50 p.m. where the three wounded victims were located. All three were wounded from gunfire directed from outside their residence into the home.

The child was airlifted by medical helicopter to Children’s Hospital in Little Rock and is reported to be in serious condition. The other two victims were admitted to the Chicot Memorial Hospital. Their conditions are unknown.

Local police contacted special agents of the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigation Division to assist in the investigation. While the special agents were still at the Mabry Street address investigating the scene, gunfire was heard at a nearby residence later determined by local police to be outside 1633 Front Street. The occupant of the residence had moved-out the previous day.

A short-time later another called police to her home at 1435 Front Street. Adams stated someone had fired a gun into the home. Adams and her infant child escaped injuries from the shots fired into the home.

Arkansas State Police and Eudora Police are searching for suspects believed to have been involved in the shootings.