Ontario Provincial Police say they remain on the lookout for Karley Frayer, who investigators now believe may have been seriously injured last week during a run-in with officers last week in Seaforth.
“Investigators are concerned for her safety and well-being,” a police release read on Tuesday morning.
Over the weekend, police announced they were looking for the 34-year-old Frayer, who is wanted on several charges including attempting to commit murder, dangerous operation, operation while prohibited, as well as possession of stolen property offences.
She is described as around five feet three inches tall and weighing around 180 pounds with coloured, wavy hair.
The Special Investigations Unit is now looking into the clash between police and two suspects in Seaforth which occurred last Wednesday.
In a release, the SIU said the OPP received a call about a stolen vehicle which would be soon pursued by an unmarked cruiser.
The cruiser followed the suspect vehicle until it pulled into a driveway and at that point, officers made their approach.
An interaction ensued, in which an officer shot his gun, hitting the suspect vehicle, before it fled the scene, according to the SIU.
A little later, a 35-year-old man who was in the suspect vehicle was dropped off at Clinton Public Hospital with unspecified injuries as the stolen vehicle left the injured man behind.
The SIU is an independent agency that investigates incidents involving police that have resulted in death, serious injury or allegations of sexual assault.
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