Police have arrested a woman and say they are looking for her former boyfriend in a Crowley infant’s death last year that the coroner labeled a homicide.

Malik Broussard, 19, is wanted on a count of second-degree murder in the 7-week-old girl’s death, according to a news release from the Crowley Police Department.

Police described Broussard as a 5-foot-11-inch tall black man who weighs about 150 pounds and who has short black hair. His last known address is 307 W. 11th St. in Crowley.

Police on Tuesday arrested the infant’s mother, 27-year-old Kendra Campbell, of 1701 N. Avenue I in Crowley, on a count of second-degree murder. She remained in the Acadia Parish jail on Wednesday afternoon in lieu of a $200,000 bail, according to booking records.

A 15th Judicial District grand jury on Aug. 26 indicted Broussard and Campbell in the infant’s death, according to court records.

Campbell and Broussard were in a relationship when the infant died in September 2014, police said. Police did not disclose the child’s manner of death but said the coroner labeled it a homicide.