JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colorado — Deputies with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office (JCSO) are searching for two people who were inside a vehicle that rammed a patrol car.
The incident began when deputies responded to the 6300 block of Robb Way for a report of a suspicious vehicle around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. When they arrived they found a man and woman inside a silver Nissan Xterra that had heavy damage and was missing two doors.
At some point, the suspects left the parking lot, and as they did they rammed a patrol car, JCSO. No one was hurt.
The agency said in a tweet that there was a heavy law enforcement presence area near South Simms Street and West Coal Mine Avenue as they search for the vehicle.
Deputies were able to locate the Xterra and have information about the suspects. No arrests have been made, according to JCSO.
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