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Terrell Trammell And Michaela Tolliver-Clayton Arrested For Vehicle Burglary In San Bruno

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Two San Francisco residents were arrested in San Bruno Friday morning in connection with a morning burglary to a vehicle in San Bruno.

Police said Terrell Trammell, 32, and Michaela Tolliver-Clayton, 22, were taken into custody after leading officers on a short pursuit in the area of the 1200 block of El Camino Real.

Police said both suspects were arrested on suspicion of several felonies. The exact offenses the two are facing were not immediately available.

Officers responded at 12:51 a.m. to the San Bruno Towne Center in response to a report of a vehicle burglary.

Police said the responding officers, while conducting an area check, attempted to stop a suspicious sedan in the parking lot.

The driver of the vehicle tried to flee from police, but one of the wheels came off the car during the pursuit.

Police said they detained the suspects, later identified as Trammell and Tolliver-Clayton, and located the items reported stolen inside their vehicle.

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