After her 2-year-old son, Pryce, and his father were hit by gunfire while sitting on the porch of their Kensington home last month, Donata Johnson went door-to-door in the neighborhood, handing out fliers that read: "Who Shot Baby Pryce?"

On Monday, police said they had answered Johnson's plea, at least in part.

Authorities identified Revoire Harris, 25, as one of two men responsible for the double shooting May 19 that injured the toddler and his father on the 3300 block of Malta Street. A second suspect in the shooting has not been identified, authorities said. Both men remained on the run Monday morning.

Revoire Harris, 25, is one of two suspects police are looking for in connection with the double shooting of a 1-year-old boy and his father May 19.
Philadelphia Police Department
Revoire Harris, 25, is one of two suspects police are looking for in connection with the double shooting of a 1-year-old boy and his father May 19.

According to police, Harris and the other man rode past the victims' home on bicycles and fired 16 shots at the property around 9:15 p.m. on a warm Friday night.

Neighbors reported hearing one of the suspects say, "This is our block," as the men rode by and began to shoot.

Pryce was hit twice, in a leg and arm, and his father was struck in his right knee. Both were treated for their injuries at area hospitals.

Authorities did not provide a motive for the shooting.

Harris' last known address is on the 3300 block of Philip Street. Tipsters may contact East Detectives at 215-686-3243 or call 911.