Person flees from traffic stop in Norwalk

Police say an officer pulled the car over near the corner of Williams and Maurice streets last night.

Police say an officer pulled the car over near the corner of Williams and Maurice streets last night. (2/12/16)

NORWALK - Norwalk police say they were on the hunt for the person who got out of a car and ran off during a traffic stop.

Police say an officer pulled the car over near the corner of Williams and Maurice streets last night.

They say a person in that car then took off but it's unclear whether that person was the driver or a passenger.

Police say they brought in K-9 unit to help the search.

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