Sheriff’s deputies capture 4 Cupertino burglary suspects; shelter-in-place lifted

CUPERTINO (KRON) — Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Deputies were searching for burglary suspects in Cupertino, and a shelter-in-place had been issued on Monday, Deputy Richard Glennon said.

But at around 9:55 p.m., deputies tweeted all four suspects have been captured. The shelter-in-place has also been lifted.

Deputies received reports of multiple residential burglaries at around 3:45 p.m. Burglars were seen by residents fleeing the scene. One may have been armed, Glennon said.

No injuries have been reported.

There was a heavy police and SWAT presence in the area

The areas between Farallone Drive and Patric Court and Wunderlich Drive and Hanna Drive were experiencing the shelter-in-place.

That is located north of Bollinger Road and east of Miller Avenue.

It’s between Highway 85 and Interstate 280 and Lawrence Expressway.

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