Michigan State Police are hunting for a suspect they say shot at a state Department of Corrections vehicle in mid-Michigan Friday morning.

Cops are searching for Marcus Oglesby, who they say fired at law enforcement while riding in a black Jeep Patriot with the license plate ERA 9231, Fox 47 reports.

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An image released by MSP shows the car bearing a bumpersticker that reads, “Trust Me, You Don’t Want To Be This Close.”

According to MSP:

On Friday, April 12 at approximately 7:55 a.m., members of the Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) Absconder Recovery Unit were following a vehicle in the 1700 block of
Willow Highway in Lansing Township that was occupied by a parole absconder who was wanted on numerous felony warrants to include aggravated assault. As the vehicle entered Delta Township, the suspect, who was a passenger in the vehicle, exited with a handgun and fired at the MDOC vehicle. The agents returned fire. Preliminary investigation indicates that neither the agents nor the suspect was struck by gunfire. The suspect then returned to the vehicle and fled the area.

The vehicle was seen leaving the scene at Saginaw St. and Waverly in Delta Township Friday, and was tracked to a location in the city of Lansing. Cops raided the home but apparently didn’t find Oglesby.

As of Sunday morning, he still has not been apprehended.

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According to WLNS, Oglesby is 31 years old, 6’1″ and 135 lbs.

Here is his DOC photo: