Massachusetts State Trooper allegedly struck, dragged by motorcyclist

Massachusetts State Police received a report of bikers racing in the area

Massachusetts State Police are on the hunt Wednesday for a motorcyclist accused of striking and dragging one of their troopers late last night.

The officer was attempting to speak to that individual and another biker at a Shell gas station in Canton around 10:20 p.m. when the “motorcycles sped away from the Trooper, who was dragged a short distance by one of the bikes,” police said in a statement.

The trooper initiated the conversation because police had received a report of motorcycles racing in the area, it added.

The suspects have not been identified. (Massachusetts State Police)

The suspects have not been identified. (Massachusetts State Police)

A photo of the bikers released by investigators shows one wearing a jacket with red along the arms and shoulder area.

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Their identities are unknown.

Police say firefighters from Canton treated the officer at the scene and he remained on the job following the incident, suffering only minor injuries.