BALTIMORE - Baltimore City police are searching for a gun after two suspects fled during a routine traffic stop Wednesday night.
According to police, officers were at the intersection of Irvin and Bel Air Roads around 8:00 p.m. when they tried to pull over a vehicle.
Once stopped, two occupants from the car jumped out and ran from police.
After investigating the car, police discovered a holster clip to a gun.
Officers then engaged in a foot pursuit and caught the two suspects. They were taken into police custody.
Both suspects did not have any weapons on them. Police continue to search for the gun.
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