Akron detectives have identified a suspect in a car crash between a stolen minivan and a police cruiser that sent two officers to a hospital with injuries Wednesday night.

“We’ve developed a suspect, but no charges have been filed at this time,” Lt. Rick Edwards said Thursday afternoon.

The crash happened at South Arlington Street and Georgia Avenue at about 10:30 p.m. Police in a 2014 Ford Explorer SUV were crossing the intersection southbound at 50 mph in response to a call in which gunshots were fired. The driver of a 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan Passenger minivan was westbound and turning north at about 15 mph when it struck the cruiser, according to reports.

The collision ripped the left front tire and axle off the cruiser, which went off the right side of the road and stopped in a parking lot. The minivan spun, went up a nearby driveway and stopped against a house in the 1000 block of South Arlington Street.

Officers Karl Lessmann III and William Culver were hurt and transported to Cleveland Clinic Akron General Medical Center for treatment. Lessmann reported head and hand injuries; Culver had a hurt knee and a cut to his lower lip. Both officers have been on the force for about a year and a half.

Police said the driver of the minivan — which had been reported stolen from a business in Jackson, Miss. — fled the scene on foot after the crash. Police said he tried to drive the minivan away, but it was too badly damaged.

The crash was not related to the incident in which shots were fired, and police said the crash appears to be accidental.