#BREAKING: Shelter in Place Ordered at Air Force Base in Texas

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SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS (ALBOENEWS) — A shelter-in-place order has been issued for  Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph after a stolen car reportedly crashed into a fence on the property.

The order was given on Saturday evening after the vehicle, which was reportedly carrying three people, crashed through the fence.

Two of the people were taken into custody and a third escaped and is “believed to be on base,” according to the Air Force.

UPDATE: The two suspects in custody were not armed, and no injuries have been reported. Authorities are continuing to search for the third suspect (10:59 p.m. ET)


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