PHOENIX - Phoenix police are searching for a suspect who shot at an officer while riding a bicycle Thursday night.
Sgt. Trent Crump with Phoenix police said the incident started when the officer tried to stop the suspect who "appeared suspicious" around 10 p.m. near 22nd and Roosevelt streets.
Police said when the officer approached him, the suspect fired a gun.
Crump said the officer fired back at the suspect, but the man got away.
The officer was not hurt.
Police are describing the suspect as a Hispanic male in his 20s. He was wearing jeans and no shirt.
The officer said the suspect had tattoos on both his forearms.
Anyone who may have been in the area at the time or know anything is encouraged to contact Phoenix police.
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