OAKLAND (KRON) — Oakland Police officers detained four robbery suspects Thursday afternoon in Oakland’s Jingletown neighborhood.
At 2:25 p.m., officers tried to stop a car in the area of 7th Avenue and International Boulevard that matched a description of one used in a robbery, police said.
The suspect vehicle fled and a brief pursuit ensued. The pursuit led officer through city streets.
The chase ended when the suspect vehicle stopped in the 2800 block of Chapman Street.
Four suspects got out of the car and fled into the surrounding neighborhood.
A safety perimeter was established and officers began to search for the suspects.
As police searched the area, they told residents to stay inside.
At around 4 p.m., officers announced that they had detained four suspects.
No one was injured during the incident.
Jingletown is a neighborhood between the Park Street and Fruitvale Bridges that connect Oakland to Alameda.
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