BEAVERTON, OR (KPTV) - Police are searching for a suspect after an officer-involved shooting in Beaverton.

The Beaverton Police Department reported the shooting occurred Thursday near Southwest West Slope Drive near 83rd Avenue at 11:35 a.m.

No officers were injured in the shooting.

Detectives were conducting an undercover mission in the area involving sex trafficking. Police said one suspect was taken into custody, but a second suspect drove his car toward an officer, leading to shots fired. 

Neighbor Justin Copp says he heard an unmistakable sound near West Sylvan Middle School. 

“I heard four gunshots go off really fast. In fast succession and then I heard a high-speed chase go up the road,” Copp said.

The suspect drove away in a blue Infiniti. The car was found near Southwest West Slope Drive and Canyon Lane, but the suspect ran away. 

Kristen Miller says her students saw something strange while working on college essays.

“When I came out to check on everybody, the two students informed me that someone just leapt over the fence right here, kind of fell down, picked himself up and sprinted through the yard and they thought it was a little bit strange,” Miller said.

Along her fenceline were freshly broken boards. Miller put two-and-two together after learning of the police activity up the road, and that’s when she called 911.

“We locked all the doors and pulled the blinds and moved to a different part of the house,” she said.

A K-9 searched the area, but the suspect was not found. 

Police identified the suspect Thursday night as 20-year-old Calvin Ramone Davenport. He is described as 5 feet 9 inches tall and 130 pounds, and was last known to be wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans. 

Anyone who sees him should call 911. Anyone with additional information can call the non-emergency dispatch line at 503-629-0111. 

It's not clear if Davenport was injured in the shooting. 

Police said an officer responding to the scene was involved in a crash on Beaverton Hillsdale Highway near Highway 217. It wasn't known if anyone was injured in the crash. 

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