DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Dallas police are searching for a suspect who they say “intentionally” rammed a squad car and fled the scene early Sunday morning.

At approximately 3:54 a.m. Apr. 26, police called for an assist in the 5300 block of Richard Avenue, where officers saw two vehicles “acting suspiciously and following each other very closely.”

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Police attempted to make a traffic stop on one of the vehicles — a white pickup truck — when the vehicle stopped. After it stopped, the suspect put the vehicle in reverse, backed into the squad car and fled.

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Officers initiated a chase to the end of the block until pickup truck crashed. The driver then fled on foot and was pursued by police.

However, the suspect was able to get into a second vehicle — a white Mercedes — that was waiting for him and drove off.

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Officers lost site of the vehicle and the suspect(s) remains at large.