(ABC NEWS) -- Authorities in Oklahoma have launched a manhunt for a suspect in a double homicide who also allegedly opened fire on two police officers with an AK-47, striking both officers in the legs.

Police issued a warrant poster for the fugitive, Michael Vance, who they said came out firing with an assault weapon after officers responded to reports of shots in the area.

Police say they believe the suspect streamed his escape on Facebook Live.

The two officers sustained non-life-threatening injuries, officials say. One officer was shot in the foot and another was hit by gunfire in both legs.

Vance fled to a mobile home park, where police discovered the bodies of two of his relatives, officials said.

Vance then ditched the police cruiser and allegedly "shot at and injured" a woman as he was in the process of stealing her silver 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse.

Vance was recently released from the Lincoln County Jail on accusations of child sexual assault, the sheriff said.

The warrant poster describes Vance as an "Indian male" who is from Chandler, Oklahoma. It claims that he has a "medical condition."

The poster says Vance is driving a silver 2007 Mitsubishi Eclipse, and that he is considered armed and dangerous.

ABC News' Michael Kreisel contributed to this report.