Two boys are facing charges after investigators said they shot a Border Patrol agent's vehicle south of Sierra Vista.
The incident happened on Friday, Dec. 30.
According to investigators, the agent was operating a mobile surveillance unit around 5:30 p.m. when the vehicle was shot. The agent was not hurt.
The two boys, ages 16 and 15, were on the run until their parents contacted authorities after recognizing them in a picture of the suspects that the Cochise County Sheriff's Office put out.
The teens were charged with endangerment and felony criminal damage.
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