A suspect accused of attempted murder with a crossbow is on the loose, according to authorities.
Police are searching for 31-year-old Jonathan Moya, who they say shot 35-year-old Angel Adorno Serrano with a crossbow in the Gilmore Hotel in Wildwood Tuesday morning, according to officials.
The arrow impaled Serrano in his left thigh, according to reports.
Moya, who was charged with attempted murder and other related offenses, was last scene fleeing the bloody scene of the crime in a small white pickup truck bearing a temporary New Jersey plate, according to authorities.
A second suspect, 29-year-old Carlos Casanova-Rosario, of Wildwood, was taken into custody for his alleged role in the crime, police said.
Casanova-Rosario was charged with hindering apprehension and obstruction. He is being held in the Cape May County Correction Center on $12,500 bail.
Anyone with information on the incident or Moya's whereabouts is urged to contact authorities in Cape May County. Tips can be submitted online at CMCSheriff.net or by calling 609-465-2800.