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Alleged prowler leads Berkeley police on chase
BERKELEY, Calif. (KGO) -- Police officers are catching their breath after a chase through a North Berkeley neighborhood nabbed a suspected prowler.
They were responding to a call of someone lurking in a backyard in the area of Holly Street and California Street.
After spotting the suspect, officers chased him for about fifteen minutes before catching him.
Police are still investigating. They have not yet released any information on the suspect or charges.
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