Two Boston police officers dragged by car

Boston police officers struck

BOSTON, Mass (WPRI) — The search is on for a driver, accused of a hit-and-run that injured police officers.

According to Boston Police Superintendent Randall Halstead, police were responding to a report of a person with a gun at around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, when they spotted a car that matched one of the three possible descriptions given.

When approaching the car, the driver took off, dragging two officers and nearly hitting two others.

The officers were taken to Brigham and Women’s Hospital and are expected to be okay.

Superintendent Halstead say they’re reviewing nearby surveillance cameras that took pictures of the car.

As of Wednesday morning, the suspect had not been arrested.

The suspect’s vehicle is described as a gray or silver Chevy with Connecticut plates.

Anyone with information that could help with the investigation can call Boston Police Department’s Roxbury headquarters at (617) 343-4270 or Dorchester headquarters at (617) 343-4330.