No one hurt after San Bruno police officers shoot at suspect

SAN PABLO, Calif. (KTVU and wires) -- No one was hurt after two police officers shot at a person in a motel room while serving a search warrant in San Pablo Wednesday morning, police said.

Around 8:30 a.m., officers served a high-risk search warrant at 14771 San Pablo Ave. at the request of Berkeley police to help further an armed robbery investigation, San Pablo police said.

While officers were serving the search warrant, one of the suspects allegedly pointed a handgun at officers, who subsequently shot at the suspect.

Police said there were two people inside the motel room -- a male and a female -- and neither was struck by the gunfire.

Officers seized a handgun from the room, police said.

In addition to the Berkeley robbery, officers believe the suspects were involved in armed robberies in two other local jurisdictions, police said.

The San Pablo Police Department and the Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office are investigating the incident.

Anyone with information about the case is encouraged to call San Pablo police at (510) 215-3150 or the West Contra Costa Crime Stoppers tip line at (510) 799-8255.