East Bay News
K-9 unit searching for possible murder suspect
Richmond police are looking for a possible murder suspect who ran away after a car crash.
The suspect's car ran into a light pole near Carlson Boulevard and Bayview Avenue. Police got one man after the crash but the other managed to get away.
Officers, along with a K-9 unit, are searching the thick brush along the nearby railroad tracks. The search is going on north of the 80-580 split in Richmond.
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