By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia police officers and suspects in a stolen vehicle exchanged gunfire Friday night. The shots were fired at the intersection of Sedgwick Street and Cresheim Road in West Mount Airy around 8:30 p.m.

Police say officers in an unmarked vehicle were following a stolen vehicle. When the stolen vehicle got to the intersection, a passenger fired a gun multiple times at police, officials say.

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Police say an officer fired one shot back. No officers were injured.

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The stolen vehicle drove off and was last seen traveling southbound on Cresheim Road.

The unmarked police vehicle has a flat tire and two bullet marks on the hood and grill.

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No arrests have been made.