Meanwhile, a Colt gun suspected of being used in the robbery was recovered from an onramp to the 73 Toll Road near El Toro Road on Aug. 28, according to police. The gun, possibly thrown from the suspect vehicle, will be examined for DNA and fingerprint evidence.
Police had zeroed in on the home in Oceanside after locating the owner of the white Ford Fusion the suspects used to escape after the robbery. The owner, a woman in northern San Diego County, initially claimed not to know who had the vehicle, Kravetz said.
Inside the sedan, investigators found two empty gun holsters and ammunition, in addition to clothing and a small amount of jewelry.
The identities of the other two suspects are not being released. The jewelry, stolen from Baca on Forest Avenue, has not been recovered.
Parolee sought after power pole downed
Laguna Beach Police are looking for a man who allegedly fled after his Ford pickup truck crashed into a power pole at 2:03 a.m. Sunday in the 2700 block of Laguna Canyon Road, Kravetz said.
The force of the crash sliced the pole in half and caused live wires to fall across both sides of the roadway.
Witnesses said a bloody man got out of the truck and asked for help. They ran to get towels, whereupon the man said they needed to hide him from police because he was on parole and did not want to go back to jail. When they refused to hide the man, he ran into the nearby brush.
Police identified the owner of the truck as a man who is a parolee.
The lanes were blocked until 6:30 a.m. when Edison was able to replace the pole.
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