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SHEBOYGAN — Just after 6 p.m. Monday, officers from the Sheboygan Police Department responded to shots fired in the area of Union Avenue and S. 15th Street.

Individuals in a stolen vehicle from Manitowoc attempted to also steal a vehicle in Sheboygan at the location. The driver was able to drive away, but the suspects fired shots at the vehicle as it drove away. The vehicle was struck but no injuries were sustained.

Shortly after, the suspects pointed a firearm at a woman and did manage to steal a vehicle from the owner in the 1300 block of N. 15th Street. The stolen vehicle from Sheboygan has still not been located as of Tuesday morning. It is described as a red 2015 Ford Edge sport utility vehicle with the Wisconsin plates 444DSW.

The stolen vehicle from Manitowoc was located on I-43 and was eventually stopped just south of the city of Belgium after spike stripes were deployed. Two people fled the vehicle but were located nearby after a search conducted by several law enforcement agencies. A 16-year-old male and 17-year-old male were taken into custody.

Officers continue to investigate Tuesday's events, but suspects have been identified. Anyone with additional information should call the police department at 920-459-3333 or anonymously through Sheboygan Countywide Crime Stoppers at 877-283-8436 or cufthem.com.

The Sheboygan Police Department was assisted by officers from SCSD, Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Department, Manitowoc Police, Port Washington Police, Plymouth Police and Saukville Police.

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