SEATTLE -

Police have identified a suspect in a shooting outside a downtown Seattle convenience store that wounded five people.

Seattle Police said on Twitter Friday afternoon that officers are searching for Alrick Hollingsworth Jr. in connection with the Nov. 9 incident.

Police say four men and one woman were hurt after an argument near Pine Street and Third Avenue outside a 7-Eleven store.

Seattle Assistant Police Chief Robert Merner said previously that after the argument, a suspect walked away and then fired into a crowd of people.

Police describe Hollingsworth Jr. as 5 feet 5 inches tall and 160 pounds. The Seattle Times reports Hollingsworth Jr. is 18 years old.

Police are asking anyone with information to call 911.