Armed and Dangerous Suspect Identified

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Between the hours of 11:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m., TwoHearts stole an additional vehicle, a silver 2005 Ford Taurus bearing North Dakota plates 679AOF.

TwoHearts is at large and considered armed and dangerous. TwoHearts photo is attached. His hair is longer now than at the time of the photo.

Citizens are asked to call 911 if they see anything or anyone suspicious. Do not approach the suspect.

Original news release:

After 9:30 p.m. on February 2, a NDHP trooper attempted a traffic stop on a red Chevrolet pickup with excessively loud exhaust on I-29 at Grand Forks. The vehicle fled southbound on I-29 at approximately 100 mph. Just south of Exit 104 at Hillsboro, law enforcement successfully deployed tire spikes and flattened the tires of the fleeing vehicle. Upon stopping, the driver of the suspect vehicle exited and fired shots at the trooper. The trooper avoided being struck. No shots were fired by law enforcement. The suspect fled on foot. Two passengers in the vehicle were taken into custody without further incident.

While law enforcement was searching for the suspect on foot at approximately 11:04 p.m., a

report was received of a stolen vehicle from Hillsboro with a baby inside. Law enforcement located the stolen vehicle northbound on County Road 81 and successfully deployed tire spikes, flattening its tires east of Reynolds. The driver fled on foot. The baby was located in the vehicle by officers, uninjured, and brought to safety.

Numerous law enforcement agencies are actively searching for the suspect east of Reynolds, believed to be armed and dangerous. Citizens are asked to call 911 if they see anything or anyone suspicious in this area. Citizens are advised not to approach the suspect. Law enforcement aircraft are being utilized in the search. Northbound traffic on I-29 was shut down for approximately one hour and was reopened at approximately 11:30 p.m.

No additional information will be released at this time. An additional press release will be provided when more information becomes available.

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