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Person in camouflage who torched and shot Michigan police cars still at large, considered armed and dangerous 

The incident occurred before dawn Wednesday at the state police Sault Ste. Marie post, police said.

Multiple patrol vehicles were lit on fire and struck by rifle rounds early Wednesday at a northern Michigan police station, authorities said.

The attacker remained at large Wednesday afternoon and was described as a white male wearing camouflage, Michigan State Police said in a statement.

"The suspect should be considered armed and dangerous," police said. "No troopers were in the vehicles when this occurred."

He was last seen driving a silver Honda CR-V, police said.

The incident occurred about 3:30 a.m. at the state police Sault Ste. Marie post.

State police did not immediately respond to a request for additional comment Wednesday afternoon.

"We are asking anyone in the area between 3 Mile Rd and M-80 on M-129 who may have home surveillance cameras to check activity from 3:15am and into the morning for any suspicious activity or the suspect vehicle we have listed above," police said. "Please contact the Sault Post with any info."