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One of Four Milpitas Gun Store Burglary Suspects Identified

Jose David Fernandez, 19, of Hayward was the who police say fled over a 10-foot wall and ran along the railroad tracks until he was caught.

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    Four suspects broke into Target Masters West in Milpitas on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016.

    Milpitas police on Thursday released the name of one gun store burglary suspect but didn’t identify his alleged three accomplices as they are 15- and 17-years-old.

    Jose David Fernandez, 19, of Hayward was the who police say fled over a 10-foot wall and ran along the railroad tracks until he was caught after the 2 a.m. Wednesday burgarly inside Target Masters on Minnis Circle, according to Lt. Raj Maharaj.

    A 17-year-old and 15-year-old were also quickly arrested after leaving from the roof of ths store, police said. But one 17-year-old had unsuccessfully tried to get out of the shop and was thought to have holed himself inside, though police later said he had locked himself behind a door by accident.

    Police said he was in possession oftwo stolen handguns from Target Masters, when he was finally arrested about 6 a.m.

     

     

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