One suspect has been arrested but another is still at large following a residential robbery in Oakland Tuesday night. Police spokesman Jeff Thomason said officers responded to a call of a woman screaming for help at a house in the 3300 block of Wisconsin Street at about 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. The officers learned that a residential robbery was in progress that involved two suspects, one of whom was armed, Thomason said. The suspects fled from the house on foot, so officers set up a perimeter around the area, he said. Thomason said police were able to arrest one of the suspects, a 23-year-old Stockton man, but the other was able to evade capture. He said the outstanding suspect has been identified, and a warrant for his arrest is pending. Both suspects have ties to Oakland but are not Oakland residents, according to Thomason. Police believe that the suspects may be related to other similar robberies, Thomason said. The suspect who was arrested was interviewed and gave a statement to investigators, Thomason said. He declined to release the suspect’s name at this time. Thomason said the investigation into the robbery is ongoing, and anyone with information about it is asked to call the Oakland Police Department’s criminal investigation division at (510) 238-3326.
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