A San Diego police officer was shot Thursday afternoon, sparking a manhunt for the suspect considered “armed and dangerous,” according to the department.
San Diego police said the officer was shot in the Chollas Creek neighborhood, about a 20-minute drive northeast of downtown.
The officer’s injuries are considered non-life-threaning.
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Residents were told to shelter in place while officers searched for the suspect.
SDPD said the suspect is a Hispanic male, 5’8″, approximately 150 lbs., bald, and wearing a grey sweatshirt.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
Source: Fox News