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Police search for red sedan involved in terrorizing incident

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Police are searching for two men who reportedly ran a business truck off the road in Ipan at gunpoint.  Acting GPD Spokesperson Sgt. Liz Flickenger says the incident happened around 3:30pm. An MBI employee driving a company truck was driving near First Beach in Ipan when a faded red, two door sedan with a license plate covered by a red rag ran him off the road and pointed a black gun at him to pull over and stop.  There were two men in the sedan.

The driver is described as having long, unkept hair wearing a black shirt.  The MBI employee fled and drove toward the village while the suspect vehicle went toward Inarajan. 

Police are urging the public not to approach the vehicle and call police as soon as possible at 472-8911 or Guam Crimestoppers at 477HELP.

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