UPDATE 8:30 a.m.: Germantown Police say the initial search for the three suspects has concluded. Officers will remain in the area on routine patrol.


MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Germantown Police are searching for three men they say left the scene of a crash involving a stolen car.

According to GPD, officers are currently in the area of Riverdale and Neshoba. A stolen vehicle was involved in a motor vehicle crash nearby.

Parents were advised of police activity in the area of Riverdale and Neshoba.   Buses were asked to avoid the area until it was clear

Police say the three males were wearing dark clothing. One of them was carrying a backpack.

A witness says she saw the crashed car, and as she went to call 911, she noticed something a little off about the passengers. “As soon as the crash happened, the guy in the passenger threw himself out of the car, and everybody threw themselves out of the car,” she said.

Residents say that as soon as everyone got out of the car, the suspects searched the vehicle with a flashlight and left.

Police say no injuries were reported. They have not said whether or not they’ve made an arrest. 

If you know anything that could help officers bring this case to a close, contact authorities immediately.