A 1-year-old boy sitting in a parked car in Chicago on Feb. 7. was shot in the head, police officials said.
The vehicle belonged to the boy's grandmother, who was in the driver's seat.
She rushed the boy from the Longwood Manor neighborhood on the South Side to Little Company of Mary Hospital.
The boy was in critical condition and was transferred to Comer Children's Hospital.
The four other people in the vehicle were not hit.
Detectives are investigating the shooting and are looking into whether the shooter had the wrong target.
“We are praying for this young boy as detectives search area for possible crime & traffic cameras that may have captured the offending vehicles direction of flight,” Chicago Police Department spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said via Twitter.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger, a South Side priest, offered $5,000 for anyone who identifies the shooter by Sunday night.
Family Member Speaks OutThe 1-year-old boy was identified by family members as Dijon Walker but said he goes by Chase. Relatives said that he remained on life support early Friday.
Freeman said that currently, things aren't looking good for his grandson.
"He's on life support and it doesn’t look good," Freeman said. "He was just a baby."
Breaking down, he added: "He was walking, he was a fun, he was a fun baby. He made your day."