JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Police are looking for the suspects involved in a drive-by shooting in Mountain View.

According to the Mountain View Police Department, at 2:55 p.m. Tuesday officers heard four gunshots in the 5200 block of West 44th Avenue. The area is a part of the Town of Mountain View which is a small municipality that sits south of Berkeley Lake.

When officers arrived at the scene they spoke with a security guard who told them that two suspects in a dark-colored Kia Sportage fired four shots at his vehicle. The security guard was parked in a parking lot at the time.

According to MVPD, at least one of the gunshots struck the security guard driver’s side door.

No one was injured during the drive-by shooting.

Police are now looking for two suspects who were described as two males who were wearing black ski masks.

Officers later learned that the Kia had been stolen out of Wheat Ridge a few hours earlier. On Wednesday, police said they located the Kia and it is being investigated.

MVPD believes the suspects in the vehicle are considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with information on the drive-by is asked to contact the Mountain View Police Department at 303-425-1748.