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Police cruiser crashes, catches fire, after being shot at in Millis

Police cruiser crashes, catches fire, after being shot at in Millis

By Eric Moskowitz and Andy Rosen for The Boston Globe

A gunman shot at a Millis police cruiser on Wednesday afternoon, causing the vehicle to crash and catch fire, according to State Police.

State Police sent patrols and helicopters to the scene, officials said, adding that they were not aware of any injuries from the incident.

David Procopio, a State Police spokesman, said police were seeking a dark-colored — possibly maroon — pickup truck in connection with the incident. The truck, which may be a Ford F-150 fled east toward Medfield. Police are seeking a white man between 25 and 40.

The shooting took place around 2:30 p.m. on Forest Road.

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