Two people were shot and hospitalized by the end of Halloween night in a robbery incident in Tennessee.

Deputies are on the lookout for two armed suspects involved in the incident.

The incident started off as a robbery that took place at around 8:30 p.m. and ended with two Cordova victims, a man and a woman, being shot by two suspects, Shelby County deputies said.

Deputies responded and arrived in the 1300 block of Carlton Ridge to find the male and female victims, who were described as a couple by neighbors, according to Action News 5.

The victims were rushed to the Regional One Hospital, where the man was in critical condition and the woman was in non-critical condition, WREG News Channel 3 reported Monday.

Deputies said both the suspects are male and they were still searching for them on Carlton Ridge Drive on Monday night. They were both armed with semi-automatic weapons, officials added.

One neighbor told an Action News 5 reporter that they were not at home during the incident, but one of their children was at home and left when they heard the shooting.

The neighbors also reportedly said that the two victims had not lived for very long in the house where the robbery and shooting unfolded. The investigation into the incident is ongoing.

Halloween festivities in Tennessee also saw another shooting incident Saturday night that left a 14-year-old injured. Shots were fired at a Halloween party at a rental property on Newhall Drive, NewsChannel 5 reported.

Although a large crowd had turned up for the party, no injuries were reported following the gunfire except for a non-life-threatening graze sustained by the teenager.

Partygoers rushed out to the yard of the rental property as shots were fired, neighbors told the outlet.

"It was crazy, you know we hit the floor in our house which we never would have thought of doing in this neighborhood so yeah it was very alarming and terrifying. Not what you expect when you're about to go to bed," one neighbor, Nik Daniel, told the outlet.

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