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updated: 5/30/2014 9:59 AM

Police search for 2 after shots fired at Indiana troopers

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INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of police officers searched for hours for two men after authorities say shots were fired at two state troopers following a suspicious car in an Indianapolis apartment complex where gunfire had been reported.

State police say the troopers weren't hit by the rifle shots fired by a passenger in the car late Thursday. Police say the troopers in an unmarked vehicle then chased the car until it soon crashed on the city's far east side.

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The driver and passenger ran away from the car and officers closed off some streets until about 4 a.m. Friday as they used dogs and a helicopter in searching for the men. Police say one person of interest was apprehended, and a rifle was found abandoned nearby.

No injuries from the shootings were reported.

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