After a shooting Monday after leaves one man injured, Little Rock Police are on the look out for the suspect who they say also opened fire on an off-duty state trooper. Police say eight shots were fired around 2:00 Monday afternoon, at Downen Oil Company on the corner of Wright Ave. and Battery St. James Henderson, 21, was talking to his sister who works at the gas station, when he was hit by two bullets: one in the leg, the other his left buttock. The off-duty trooper heard the shooting and came outside. Once he identified himself to the suspect, the suspect fired at him and ran. The unhurt trooper did not return fire and police are still searching for the suspect. "We try to surround the area and contain the person, but we`ve not been successful at doing that. He may have gone into a house, he may have had another vehicle somewhere that he got into," said Sgt. Terry Hastings, Little Rock Police Department. The state troopers is also a member of the governor`s security detail. Police have not released the name of the trooper or the suspect yet. The victim, Henderson, was taken to Baptist Hospital and is expected to be fine.