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Police search for 'wanted subject' prompts schools to shelter-in-place

Police search for 'wanted subject' prompts schools to shelter-in-place

Marian Camacho
July 02, 2018 01:47 PM

SANTA FE, N.M. - The search for a person wanted by police has led to some Santa Fe schools having to shelter-in-place.

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New Mexico State Police and Santa Fe Police officers are searching for a wanted subject in the area of Paseo Del Sol and Jaguar Street. People are being asked to avoid the area and schools in the area have been asked to shelter-in-place.

The schools affected are Capital High, Cesar Chavez Elementary, Ortiz Middle, and Sweeney and Nina Otero Community School. District officials say the students and staff are safe and the summer programs are continuing as planned under the shelter-in-place order.

Parents are asked to call the schools with any questions. According to State Police, Santa Fe Police is coordinating the release of students and staff.

This is a developing story. Stay with KOB.com for updates.

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