The Pursuit

Upon seeing the FBI badges, the suspect ran away. He knocked over trash cans to trip up the agents. The male agent kept over the cans and the female agent landed in a can, which she rode. The suspect knocked her off with a stick; however, she landed on her feet. The suspect entered a building, the agents in pursuit. The agents entered a hallway, guns drawn and no suspect in sight. Suddenly a door opened and the agents were tranquilized. The suspect said in his phone, “If you ever want to see your agents again…”

This is a post for Friday Fictioneers by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, photo by Amy Reese.

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4 thoughts on “ The Pursuit”

  1. Dear Kevin,

    There’s a lot of action in this story which was fun to read. However these two sentences are confusing. “The agents entered a hallway, find drawn and no suspect in sight. Suddenly a door opened and the agents were tranquilizer. ” Tense confusion and how could the agents be tranquilizer? Do you mean tranquilized?

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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