18-month-old baby girl injured following triple shooting in South Memphis, police say

WATCH: House riddled with bullets during drive-by caught on camera

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Four people were shot in a South Memphis drive-by Monday night, including a child, police said.

An 18-month-old baby girl and two other family members were all shot in the leg.

A man and a woman were rushed to Regional One and the child was taken to LeBonheur Children’s Hospital.

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One of the victims was a 70-year-old woman.

The shooting happened in the 1500 block of E. McLemore Ave. around 7 p.m.

FOX13 learned police have been checking the neighborhood stores to see if they have working security cameras on the outside that may have caught the shooting.

On Tuesday, MPD released Ring Camera footage of the home getting riddled with bullets.

You can hear yelling then bullets flying through the air from two cars in the street.

WATCH: House riddled with bullets during drive-by caught on camera

FOX13 counted 58 markers for shell casings found on the ground. Investigators said this was the 2nd drive-by shooting that happened at the same house in just one day.

Family members of the victims said the only motive was some kind of argument. No exact reason was given.

WATCH: 18-month-old baby girl, grandmother and young man shot in a South Memphis drive-by

In addition to the baby girl shot, family members said a 25-year-old man described a cousin or nephew who was staying at the home was hit, as well as the 70-year-old matriarch of the family. She was described as the grandmother.

The man is in non-critical condition, according to the police. The grandmother is in critical condition.

All of them were inside the home when the shots were fired.

Police are searching for a silver Mercedes sedan and a black Mercedes G Wagon.

There are multiple suspects that MPD needs your help identifying.

Anyone with information about this shooting can call Crime Stoppers at 528-CASH. You will be given a secret ID number and your identification will remain completely anonymous.