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    San Jose Police Identify Two Suspects in Robbery, Shooting of Homeowner
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    Surveillance images of suspects wanted in connection to a San Jose home-invasion robbery.

    San Jose police have identified two suspects in a home invasion robbery last month in which a homeowner was shot and injured.

    After releasing suspect descriptions, police received several calls identifying one suspect in the robbery as Salinas resident Danny Peralez, 24, and another as a Salinas juvenile, police said Tuesday.

    The robbery and shooting was reported on Oct. 22 at 11:40 a.m. in the 300 block of Greenpark Way.

    The victim, identified by his mother as a 29-year-old man, had parked on the street outside his residence when he was confronted by three suspects, one of whom shot him in the shoulder, according to police.

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    The suspects fled in a blue Honda Accord. The victim was treated for injuries that were not considered life threatening.

    A third suspect remains at large. Police have said the suspects are thought to be associated with multiple burglaries.

    The two suspects are in custody already in Monterey County on unrelated charges and will be prosecuted in Santa Clara County after they have been prosecuted and served their time in Monterey County.

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