CLEVELAND -- Police continue to to search for a woman who was kidnapped by a man who shot two of his relatives before fleeing the scene.

Police say an argument occurred between kidnapped woman Kenya Pierce, 35,and Derrick Hudson, 35,a man that may have been staying with her.

The incident happened on the 12400 block of Chesterfield Avenue.

The owners of the home, now identified as Hudson's aunt and uncle, went upstairs to see what the argument was about. That's when police say the two were shot by Hudson.

The victims, 52-year-old Ethel Munds and 55-year-old Andre Munds, were taken to MetroHealth Medical Center. Ethel was treated and released Sunday. Andreremains in critical condition.

Hudsonthen took Pierce at gunpoint and fled the scene in a red, 2007 DodgeMagnum with the license plate FHY4340.The car was last seenin the areaE. 105th Street in Cleveland.

Police say the car is registered to Pierce and it's believed the car may have damage on both sides.

Hudson is described as armed and dangerous, he is a black male, 35-years-old, 5'10", 185lbs and bald.

Pierce was described as a 35-year-old female wearing a white shirt, vest, and jeans.

Hudson was released on parole just this year after serving 10 years for killing Pierce's boyfriend.

This is the seventh shooting Cleveland police are investigating overnight.

If you have any information of you see Hudson you are asked to call 9-1-1 or contact Cleveland Police Department at 216.623.2570.

We will bring you more information as it becomes available.