Terre Haute, IN – A law enforcement officer was shot at a federal office in Terre Haute on Wednesday afternoon.
Indiana State Police (ISP) Sergeant Matt Ames said the shooting occurred at about 2 p.m. at a federal building located at 1st Street and Wabash Court, WRTV reported.
The location of the shooting was also near the Vigo County Courthouse, WTHI reported.
Police have not released the identity of the wounded officer.
Sgt. Ames said he also did not know which law enforcement agency the officer worked for, WRTV reported.
He also had no information about the condition of the officer, WTHI reported.
Police said the suspect was believed to be a white male driving a gold or silver F-150 Ford pickup truck with rear-end damage.
He should be considered armed and dangerous, and anyone who sees him was urged to call 911, WTHI reported.
The Tribune-Star reported that it appeared police had engaged a suspect near Regional Hospital.
#BREAKING: Police are searching for a suspect after an officer involved shooting near the federal building in Terre Haute, Indiana.
Authorities say the suspect is in a gold or silver F-150 truck described as having rear-end damage. If you see this truck, contact 911. pic.twitter.com/3qry15DwkJ
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