Detectives with the Washington State Patrol are seeking the help of anyone who has information about two people who shot at a trooper on Monday.
The trooper, who was not injured, had tried to stop a speeding car in Yakima County, according to the State Patrol.
After a six-minute chase, which exceeded 100 mph, the suspects’ vehicle stopped at a home along Forsell Road in Grandview, Yakima County.
“Two suspects exited their vehicle and engaged the trooper with unknown type weapons,” state police wrote in a news release. “Multiple shots from the gunmen struck the trooper’s car damaging the front end and windshield of the patrol car, as well as the in-car computer.”
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Both suspects ran into a vineyard, disappeared and have not been found.
Anyone with information on the shooting is asked to call the State Patrol tip line at 509-249-6700.