[UPDATE BELOW] Police are searching for the suspects who opened fire into a crowd in Red Hook on Monday, striking five people and killing one woman's unborn child.

The shooting is said to have been the product of an ongoing dispute between crews from the Gowanus Houses and Red Hook Houses: A member of the Gowanus crew was shot at Bond and Warren streets around 3 a.m. on Sunday, prompting the apparent retaliation on Dwight Street on Monday.

Police are currently searching for 19-year-old Fredrick Marquise, who they describe as standing around 5-foot-5 inches tall and weighing roughly 140 pounds. At a press conference at Police Headquarters yesterday, Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce told reporters that cops believe they know the identity of the other suspect, but have yet to make an arrest.

One of the victims, 19-year-old Special Houston, was five months pregnant when she was struck several times in the torso. Police said her baby has since died, and Houston remains in critical condition.

Two more women, ages 19 and 22, were shot multiple times in their legs. Two 20-year-old men were also struck, one in the torso and legs and the other in just his legs. Both 19-year-old women were taken to Lutheran Hospital, where they were listed in critical condition. The 20-year-old men were also taken to Lutheran, and were listed as stable. The 22-year-old woman was taken to Methodist Hospital in stable condition.

During the press briefing yesterday, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said that though the weekend was especially violent, the overall numbers are consistent with last year: As of Sunday, the city saw 669 shootings so far this year, versus 674 at this time in 2014.

Bratton said that despite a push to find alternative treatment programs for convicts, there are some that remain destined for prison.

“There’s certain people, unfortunately, in our society, that we need to put in jail," he said. "That’s where they belong, that’s where they need to be to keep the rest of us safe from them."

Update, 12:45 p.m.: According to the Daily News, Fredrick Marquise has turned himself in.