ROSEVILLE (WWJ) – One man is dead and two others injured when the car they were driving in was struck by a car believed to be stolen.
Police say that it happened before 1 p.m. Thursday — when two suspects in a Silver Jeep ran a red light at Masonic Blvd. near Kelly Rd. hitting a Silver 2006 Chevrolet HHR going westbound.READ MORE: City Of Hamtramck Passes Out Free Water Filters To Residents Following Discovery Of Lead In Drinking Water
A 51-year-old Warren man was pronounced dead at the scene; a 71-year-old woman and a 73-year-old man were taken to an area hospital — reported to be in critical condition.
The two suspects in the car fled from the scene on foot — one man, 45-year-old from Warren, is in custody, the other suspect is still at large.READ MORE: Michigan Won't Go Further Than Federal Vaccine, Testing Rule
According to police the men the Jeep may have been involved in a larceny prior to the crash.
“All we have identification wise is a white male, 25-35 (years old), heavily tattooed and thinning and balding hair. Last seen wearing either a white tank top or white t-shirt,” Roseville Police Chief James Berlin telling WWJ.
Police have not released the names of anyone involved in the incident.MORE NEWS: 2 Arrested After Couple Killed In Car With Baby Inside
Anyone with information is asked to contact Roseville police at (586) 447-4484.