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Cops are looking for a man who tried to run down a cop with his car in Hollis Hills over the weekend.

According to police, at around 3 p.m. on Nov. 18, an officer from the 107th Precinct pulled over a gray BMW, which the precinct says was operated by Michael Taylor, opposite an apartment complex on the Grand Central Parkway service road near 86th Drive.

During the stop, authorities said, Taylor reportedly refused to leave the vehicle when the officer asked.

Law enforcement sources added that Taylor then allegedly put the car in drive and drove into the path of the officer, causing the officer to jump out of the car’s way. Taylor then lost control of his vehicle, crashed into a parked car and fled the scene on foot.

The 107th Precinct are looking for Taylor in connection to the incident. Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call the 107th Precinct at 718-969-6844. All calls are kept confidential.

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