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COLLINSVILLE, IL (KTVI) – Police have identified the suspects wanted for stealing from a Walmart, making a bizarre escape, and then shooting at another vehicle.  Police are attempting to coordinate the surrender of all three female suspects.  The male suspect is still at large.

 FOX 2 reported about four suspects and a child trying to walk out of the Collinsville Walmart with three carts filled with merchandise early Monday morning.  After a confrontation the suspects sprayed deodorant in employee’s faces and threatened to shoot.  They sped off in a teal colored Pontiac Grand Prix.  Employees report hearing shots fired as they fled the scene.  They said the suspects were trying to shoot at a car they though was following them.

Police say that the teal car stopped near the intersection of Collinsville Crossing Blvd. and Highway 157.  A black male got out of the car and fired multiple shots at a car coming up from the rear.  One bullet hit the vehicle.  None of the occupants were injured.  The Pontiac Grand Prix fled the scene north on Bluff Rd.

The suspects have been identified by police after receiving multiple tips. All three females charged are attempting to coordinate their surrender.  Police are still looking for Trevon Wainwright.  They say he is armed and dangerous.

Have a tip?  Call Crimestoppers at 866-371-8477 or the Collinsville Police Department at 618-344-2131.

Madison County State’s Attorney’s Office has issued the following charges:

Trevon L. Wainwright, 20, St. Louis
Attempted Murder, 1st Degree (class M Felony)
Aggravated Discharge of a Firearm (class 1 Felony)
Burglary (class 2 Felony)
Bond $2,000,000

Tamia L. Hemphill, 18, St. Louis
Burglary (class 2 Felony)
Bond $200,000

Itavia D. Wade, 19, St. Louis
Burglary (class 2 Felony)
Bond $200,000

Wilneia L. Williams, 27, St. Louis
Burglary (class 2 Felony)
Bond $200,000