Armed men fleeing the police broke into the Normal Heights apartment
San Diego (CNS)-Police are looking for an armed gunman who fired several shots into the air on Friday morning while escaping from police officers, then broke into an apartment in Normal Heights and stole a resident’s mobile phone.
The incident occurred shortly after 1:10 in the morning. San Diego police officer Tony Martinez said that at the time the police received a report that a car was in a parking lot on Adams Avenue near 34th Street. Loud music sounds.
Martinez said the person who called 911 also reported that the parking lot may be selling marijuana.
The official said that when the police arrived, a man ran out of the car and fired several shots with a pistol into the air while escaping.
Martinez said the man eventually reached an apartment building on Hawley Avenue, between Monroe Avenue and Madison Avenue, where he broke into one of the units and stole a resident’s house. Cell phone, and then flee on foot again. There were no reports of injuries.
He said that the police searched the car in the parking lot of Adams Avenue and found an AR-15 inside.
A detailed description of the suspect could not be obtained immediately.
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