A Georgia man is on the lam after shooting his ex-girlfriend and her boyfriend at the couple's home Monday. The accused shooter, identified as 46-year-old Abdul Batin Azzaam Rashid, is "considered armed and dangerous," police said.

Johns Creek police officers responded to the scene after they got a call about a shooting at a residence in Fulton County at 2:40 a.m. Monday. The responding deputies found two victims, identified as Heather Quiggle and her boyfriend Jerrold Knight, with gunshot wounds.

Emergency officers applied a chest seal to Quiggle while a tourniquet was applied to Knight's leg. They were rushed to a hospital and are in stable condition, The Telegraph reported.

Quiggle's 20-year-old unidentified son, who was at the residence at the time of the shooting, escaped through a window and ran to a neighbor's house for help, reports said.

By the time officer's arrived at the residence, Rashid had already fled the scene.

Rashid is now wanted on two counts of aggravated assault, burglary, possession of a firearm during a commission of a felony, and a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.

"Abdul Batin Azzaam Rashid is a black male, 46 years old, 5'07", 175lbs, with graying hair and a close-cut beard. Rashid was last known to be driving a Dark Grey 2011 BMW 550I, Georgia Tag CTN3038," the Johns Creek Police department said in a news release Monday.

Meanwhile, officials said anyone who spots Rashid should not approach him but report him to the Johns Creek Police Department.

"If encountered, Mr. Rashid should be considered armed and dangerous," the news release said.

In a similar incident last week, a teen from New York City was wanted for murdering a 16-year-old girl with whom he was in a relationship. Zyaire Crumbley, 18, was accused of fatally stabbing his teen girlfriend, Saniyah Lawrence, after an argument at an apartment where Lawrence stayed with her grandmother.

Investigators were looking for Crumbley, who fled the scene after the fatal stabbing. He has a history of multiple arrests on charges of robbery. Neighbors said they heard disturbances from the apartment in the past but did not know what triggered the fatal incident.

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