Austin police are searching for a man who is wanted in connection with a shooting that occurred Thursday, April 4.
According to police, officers responded to a shooting in the 7000 block of Burnell Drive.
Officers say the victim opened the door to his home and was confronted by two black male suspects. He struggled with the suspects until one of the suspects fired several rounds striking the victim twice.
The victim was transported to hospital with life-threatening injuries, but survived.
Both suspects fled the scene in a late 1980's or early 1990's dark brown Ford Crown Victoria.
The suspect accused of shooting the victim is described as a black male in his 20's, 6" tall and about 120 pounds with a skinny build. He has a faded mustache, long sideburns, long fingernails on the left thumb and left pinky. He also has the letters "B" and "E" on his arm both written in Old English style with a design between the two letters. He was last seen wearing brown hoodie, black baggie T-shirt, dark baggie khaki pants, with right pant leg tied in a knot.
The other suspect is described as a black male, 5'10, with a wandering shaky eye. He is said to has a black tattoo near his right eye, possibly the state of California. He was wearing a white bandana with black paisley covering the bottom half of his face. He was last seen wearing a T-shirt, baggy blue jeans, white Air Force 1's high top shoes.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police at 512-974-5309.