Multiple Peninsula law enforcement agencies agencies, including the San Mateo Police Department, engaged in a search for a man suspected of breaking into a home Friday afternoon.
At about 12:20 p.m., San Mateo police responded to a report of an interrupted residential burglary in the 600 block of Edgewood Road, San Mateo Police Sgt. Dave Norris said.
The suspects had already fled the scene when police responded, and at that same time Hillsborough police reported engaging in a pursuit of a white Chevy Malibu leaving Hillsborough and heading onto northbound Interstate Highway 280, according to Norris.
Items were discarded from the moving vehicle, which Daly City police ultimately located, abandoned, in San Francisco.
The Malibu has been established as the suspect vehicle in this case.
SMPD Detectives are coordinating with Hillsborough Police and pursuing investigative leads.
Hillsborough Police are looking at two door-knock incidents in their city in the 500 block of El Arroyo and the 100 block of Eucalyptus within the time frame that may match up to the suspects in this case.
Any member of the public having information on this incident which started at about 12:20pm on the San Mateo/ Hillsborough border, continued north on Interstate 280, and ended with the vehicle abandoned in the area of Parque and Esquina in San Francisco at about 1:15pm is urged to contact SMPD Investigations at 650-522-7650.
Hillsborough Police Department can be reached at 650-375-7470
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