Officer-involved shooting on near northeast side has police searching for suspect

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 20, 2015)-- A suspect is at large after an officer-involved shooting on the near northeast side of Indianapolis.

Police say during a traffic stop at North Sherman Drive and East 33rd Street around 8 p.m. Monday, a man in the front passenger seat got out of the vehicle and displayed a gun at police officers. An officer fired his weapon and the suspect took off running.

No officers were injured and they do not believe the suspect was struck. The suspect is described by police as a light-skinned black male with long hair wearing khakis and no shirt.

The driver and back seat passenger were detained. With the help of neighbors, police recovered two guns that had been dumped in the neighborhood. They believe the wanted man may still be armed.