BRISTOL, VA (WJHL) -- A manhunt is currently underway in Bristol, Virginia.
Sgt. Steve Crawford with the Bristol Virginia Police Department tells News Channel 11 that officers are on scene after a male subject hit a house with a vehicle along Norfolk and New Hampshire Avenues.
The suspect ran from the scene, according to Crawford.
BVPD is currently looking for a white male with brown curly hair wearing a green and white striped shirt with black pants.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Bristol Virginia Police.
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