BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Police are still looking for two armed men who opened fire in southwest Baltimore Friday night and injured two toddlers. The men were last seen in a silver, late-model Honda Accord.

The one-year-old and two-year-old are still recovering from the shootout—along with others injured in the barrage of bullets.

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Relative Marvin Walker spoke to the mayor and police commissioner who walked through the neighborhood Sunday trying to get people to come forward with clues.

“God bless them that they didn’t pass away…but this could have been a different situation,” Walker said.

“I can’t do it by myself. Police can’t do it by themselves,” Mayor Jack Young said Monday. “People have to help.”

Young spoke about the fear in the community of retribution for those who come forward.

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The police union tweeted, “Part of the crime plan must address recruitment and retention! We are 500 police short and it is showing! The city has to make this a more attractive place to work.”

Police are offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the toddlers’ shooting.

Many in the neighborhood are fed up. “They’re the most innocent of the innocent,” said Michael O’Toole. “I have a young child myself and this hits home for me.”

Sue Mathis has lived in Carrollton Ridge since 1974. “I cried because it could have been my little great, great grand niece,” she told WJZ Investigator Mike Hellgren. Mathis remembered then five-year-old Raven Wyatt who was shot just a few blocks away in 2009. “The neighborhood has gotten much, much worse.”

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She said she no longer lets her eight-year-old relative outside. “It’s so sad. She wants to play, but it’s too dangerous. This was the last straw. We’re moving out.”