DALY CITY, Calif. (BCN) - Daly City police have detained a carjacking suspect Wednesday night and have called off a shelter-in-place for the Broadmoor area.
Police tweeted the man was in custody at 10:18 p.m. They searched for the man suspected of a carjacking Tuesday in San Francisco, police said.
Cancel the Shelter in Place!! We have detained the suspect! Thank you all for your cooperation!— Daly City Police (@DalyCityPD) July 25, 2019
A Daly City police officer tried to stop the suspect's vehicle at 2:56 p.m. Wednesday.
Two people were in the suspect's vehicle and they led police on a short chase. Then they got out of the vehicle and ran. Police said officers apprehended one suspect.
We are searching the Broadmoor area for a carjacking suspect.Please stay in your home. The described as an African-American male w/short dread lock hair wearing a white T-shirt & red shorts. He was last seen on MacArthur. If u see a guy matching the description, call 650-991-8092— Daly City Police (@DalyCityPD) July 25, 2019
The outstanding suspect is black with short, dreadlock-style hair, according to police. He was wearing a white T-shirt and red shorts.
Police said he was last seen running toward the hillside area near the 600 block of Macarthur Drive in Broadmoor.
Police have closed north- and southbound Macarthur Drive as well as nearby streets. Police are asking people to stay in their homes if they received a call to shelter in place.
Anyone who sees someone matching the description of the suspect is asked to call Daly City police at (650) 991-8092