An on-duty police detective was carjacked Tuesday evening in south Baltimore, Commissioner Michael Harrison said.

It happened around 6:15 p.m. when police said the detective was carjacked by three armed suspects, WBAL reports.

"At some point, our detective pulled out his weapon and discharged his weapon, but it is unknown if any of the individuals were struck by gunfire or any injuries at this point," Harrison said.

Harrison said the suspects sped off in the officer's unmarked car then crashed and fled the scene. he says they've apprehended two and are still looking for a third suspect.

The officer was not injured. He wasn't in uniform but was wearing a polo shirt, embroidered with a badge and had identification around his neck. Harrison said he was at a local business at the time.