It truly looks like a scene out of the many movies and television shows involving body heat-sensing cameras to find the latest target or suspects.

Only this time, it was the Massachusetts State Police in the town of Quincy who set up this military-style operation to seek out the two narcotics suspects involved in a crash.

In the video, you'll see and hear law enforcement officials on the ground and in the air while using infrared cameras to find the suspects, who are hiding behind a gigantic rock.

Meanwhile, there's traffic everywhere, as this happened during rush hour late afternoon on Thursday, January 11.

Here's the video with audio from the Massachusetts State Police Facebook page:

According to the Massachusetts State Police, two suspects fled the scene of a crash, and thanks to the infrared search (which senses body heat), authorities found the pair hiding on a rock formation near the Braintree Split, which is the I-93/Southeast Expressway, I-93/ Route 128, and Route 3 South.

The helicopter used in the search is equipped with a heat-sensing camera.

Troopers with the Massachusetts State Police Air Wing were assisting the Quincy police officers in the search for two narcotics suspects, who ran from a crash at the Braintree Split, according to the Facebook post.

Trooper Timothy Hunt (the pilot of the helicopter) and Trooper Mason Oliveira (a tactical flight officer) were deployed to the scene to help Quincy police and did just that, finding the two suspects lying near the jam-packed highway and attempting to hide according to Massachusetts State Police.

The MSP Air Wing operates several helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft out of Massachusetts air bases in Plymouth, Lawrence, and Chicopee, according to the Facebook post.

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