UPDATE: Memphis Police now say that 17-year-old Corteria Wright was not killed in the shooting spree that occurred Wednesday night. Police say she was shot by another suspect.

Memphis Police are still looking for the suspect responsible for her death. Anyone with information is urged to call CrimeStoppers at (901) 528-CASH.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A teen girl who was shot to death Wednesday was identified by a family member Friday.

Seventeen-year-old Corteria Wright was killed Wednesday, her aunt confirmed.

Memphis Police say Corteria was shot in the 800 block of West Raines Road. According to police, officers found Corteria at a fire station on Horn Lake Road.

She was transported to a hospital, where she later died.

Memphis Police initially said Corteria was one of the four people killed in Wednesday night’s shooting rampage. Friday evening, Memphis Police announced that she was not a victim of the mass shooting, and that she was shot by another suspect.

Wright is being remembered by her father as a person destined for greatness. In a statement, he said, “She was so full of joy and life and had plans for her future. BayBay always had a huge smile on her face and was always laughing and joking around. An intelligent young lady who is now gone for no reason.”

Three victims of Wednesday night’s shooting spree have been identified by family or friends: Dewayne Tunstall, 24, was killed around 1 a.m. at a house in Highland Heights; Allison Parker, a West Memphis nurse, was killed at Poplar and Evergreen in Midtown; and Rodolfo Berger is recovering after he was shot at a Jackson Avenue Autozone in a shooting that was livestreamed on Facebook.

Ezekiel Kelly has been charged with one count of murder in the incident, and prosecutors say more charges are expected. Kelly, who was arrested at 9:20 p.m. Wednesday, faced a judge for the first time Friday morning.