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Two In Custody After Shots Fired Into An Occupied Vehicle Parked In Livermore Bank

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Two Livermore schools were locked down this afternoon and two suspects detained after shots were fired into an occupied vehicle, police said today. The shots were fired at the car in the Bank of America parking lot at 1748 Railroad Ave. around 2:10 p.m., according to Sgt. Keith Graves. No one was injured, but witnesses saw suspects fleeing the area. One suspect was located at Railroad Avenue and North L Street. A second suspect fled after an officer spotted him getting out of a vehicle at Second and South J streets, but was located under a house near Second and McLeod streets, Graves said.

Livermore High School and St. Michael’s School were locked down during the search for the suspects, police said. Two suspects are in custody, but police did not release their identities this evening.

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