New Orleans police have named a second suspect in a shooting in Algiers last week.

Michael Baker's name and picture were released Monday morning, three days after police said they had arrested 23-year-old Dwayne Proby with a count of attempted second-degree murder in the case.

Baker, 22, is also wanted on a count of attempted second-degree murder in the June 12 shooting in the 3300 block of Garden Oaks Drive that left one man wounded.

According to police, the victim in the case was shot multiple after climbing into a gold 2013 Chrysler 200. The victim leapt out of the car as it was being driven away and went to a hospital for treatment, police have said.

Proby was named as a suspect in the case the day after the shooting, and police jailed him Friday. Baker was first identified Monday.

Authorities asked anyone who knows where Baker is to notify police at 504-821-2222 or 504-658-6040.

A man suspected of a shooting in Algiers on Monday has been jailed, according to authorities.

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