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Four San Diego schools on lockdown as Anaheim suspect sought

Four San Diego schools in the Tierrasanta neighborhood were on lockdown Tuesday afternoon as San Diego and Anaheim police searched for a suspect wanted in connection with an Orange County killing, police said.

The suspect, thought to be armed, was spotted in the Tierrasanta area but fled when Anaheim police approached.

On lockdown were Serra High School, DePortola Middle School, and Kumeyaay and Vista Grande elementary schools. Police dogs and a helicopter aided in the search for the suspect. The suspect was described as a white male, 22 years old, five-foot-5-inches.


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