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Shelter-in-place order lifted in San Anselmo; police unable to locate burglary suspect

PIX Now afternoon edition 5-20-24
PIX Now afternoon edition 5-20-24 06:52

Police in Marin County have lifted a shelter-in-place order Monday afternoon after officers were unable to locate a burglary suspect in the area of Terrace Ave. in San Anselmo, according to authorities.

Accord to the alert issued by Marin County Emergency Portal at around 1:50 p.m., the Central Marin Police Authority issued the order for the area around 16 Terrace Ave. The order is in effect for Terrace Ave,  Greenfield Ave. and Ross Valley Dr.

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Chopper footage from the area showed multiple police units on the scene.

The suspect being sought was described Black male, in his late 20s or early 30s wearing a white t-shirt and black or dark shorts. The suspect is may be missing a shoe. 

Residents were asked to call 415-927-5150 if they saw the suspect.  Authorities later said the shelter-in-place order was lifted at 2:39 p.m.

Police also confirmed that there had been a residential burglary in the San Geronimo Valley area, and a suspect vehicle fled from arriving officers. The suspect then abandoned their vehicle and fled on foot in the area just east of the Hub area close to the San Rafael-San Anselmo border. Police said the suspect was still outstanding and the incident is under active investigation.

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