People are being warned they could be prosecuted for sheltering a man who shot at police in Auckland on Friday.
Police believe Murray Toleafoa shot at the officer when the vehicle his girlfriend Nadia Ball was driving was pulled over in Mayoral Drive.
The pair are still on the run.
Detective Inspector Scott Beard has a warning for family, friends or associates of Murray Toleafoa.
"If you're assisting him, we will look at a criminal investigation against you and possibly prosecution."
Police have found more evidence relating to the shooting.
Detective Inspector Beard says a bullet hole has been found in a building opposite the Primo Bar and Nightclub.
"Police have not found the firearm but with the assistance of local residents in the Mt Eden area where the car was located, we have found a loaded bullet magazine."
Scott Beard says the police officer is lucky to be alive but any passerby could have also been shot.
He says Murray Toleafoa is dangerous and has not yet been found.
Photo: Murray Toleafoa and Nadia Bell (supplied)