Santa Clara police called off a search for a second home burglary suspect Monday morning after one suspect was arrested, according to a lieutenant.
Around 7:50 a.m., someone called to report two suspicious males in the area of Washington and Newhall streets, police Lt. Matt Hogan said.
Officers responded and spotted two males who matched the caller's description walking through the neighborhood, according to Hogan.
Upon noticing the officers, the suspects ran through the neighborhood.
Police were quickly able to arrest one suspect, however around 8:10 a.m. an area search was conducted to find the second suspect, Hogan said.
Residents in homes in about a square block area were told to stay indoors and report anything suspicious, while a K-9 unit assisted police in a yard-to-yard and door-to-door search for the suspect that continued until about 10:30 a.m., Hogan said.
The search ended when the police could not find the second suspect.
Hogan said police have exhausted any possible leads on the suspect's whereabouts.
The first suspect was arrested on theft charges stemming from an incident at home in Santa Clara that was burglarized sometime this morning, Hogan said.
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