SPRINGFIELD, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) -- UPDATE: September 13, 2017 (3:30pm)
Springfield Police Chief Philip Thorne says his department has identified all of the key players involved in Sunday's shooting.
However, we're told police aren't releasing the names of those suspects at this time. Officers are still working to get all of the specific details about happened during the incident.
Springfield Police have identified the victim of Sunday's shooting as 23-year-old Luis Vazquez. Chief Thorne says Vazquez is still listed in critical condition.
Springfield Police are investigating the shooting of a young Springfield man, just after noon Sunday.
Police say around 2:45 p.m., police, Fire/Rescue and EMS responded to the 500 Block of Springfield Avenue, where they found a 23 year-old male collapsed as the result of gun shot injury.
He was taken to Bay Medical Center Sacred Heart.
Investigators say the shooting happened on one of the roadways inside 518 Everitt Avenue, and following the shooting, the victim ran on foot, collapsing where officers found him.
Police are looking for either a blue, older model SUV, possibly a Jeep, or an older model blue Dodge truck occupied by a black man and a another person, possibly a white, or mixed race man.
These men are armed and considered dangerous.
Anyone with information on this shooting, are encouraged to call SPD at 872-7545, or CrimeStoppers at 785-TlPS, where you can remain anonymous.