Terrell Anthony Harper, 28 of Highland is being sought after eluding Redlands Police following a pursuit that resulted in a hit-and-run collision Friday
Terrell Anthony Harper, 28 of Highland is being sought after eluding Redlands Police following a pursuit that resulted in a hit-and-run collision Friday night. (Courtesy of the Redlands police)
REDLANDS - Police are looking for a man suspected of leading them on a pursuit that resulted in a hit-and-run collision with injuries Friday night.

An employee at the Redlands Walmart at 2050 W. Redlands Blvd. flagged down the police to report a theft.

The suspected thief was driving a 2000 Mercury Marquis that went north at a high rate of speed on California Avenue around 6 p.m. Friday, according to a Redlands police news release.

The Marquis crashed into another car at San Bernardino Avenue and California Avenue.

The driver, identified as 28-year-old Terrell Anthony Harper of Highland, ran into a warehouse in an attempt to elude authorities, leaving a passenger in his vehicle who was injured, according to the release.

One person in the other car was ejected and reportedly suffered moderate injuries.

Redlands Fire Department paramedics treated the injured before taking them to the hospital.

Police evacuated employees of the warehouse and placed it on lockdown.

Search dogs from the Colton and Fontana Police departments along with air support from the Fontana PD helicopter were used but were unable to locate Harper.

Harper has a $100,000 arrest warrant stemming from the incident.

The vehicle he was driving was reported stolen out of San Bernardino ,according to the release.

Anyone with additional information on Harper is asked to contact Redlands Police Dispatch at 909-798-7681.


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Anonymous tips can be provided by texting 274637 using the keyword "REDTIP." Certain non-emergency crimes may also be reported online using the Redlands Police Department's CopLogic reporting system.


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