Attempted Vehicle Burglary Leads To Full-Blown Shootout


BRENTWOOD, CALIFORNIA — Early Sunday morning, an attempted vehicle burglary in Brentwood escalated into a gunfight between the owner and the perpetrators.

Brentwood police reported that they received a call about a shooting incident outside a residence on Serene Court at around 4 a.m., according to CBS News.

According to the police statement, the owner of the vehicle found suspects attempting to break into his car in his driveway.

Upon confrontation, one of the suspects fired a shot at the vehicle owner. The owner, who was armed, returned fire with three to four shots aimed at the suspects, who then fled the scene in their vehicle.

Fortunately, the vehicle owner was unharmed during the shootout. Although it remains uncertain if the suspects were injured, local hospitals reported that no one had checked in for treatment of gunshot wounds.

The suspects are described as two white male adults wearing ski masks. One was dressed in a black hoodie, while the other wore a gray hoodie. They were seen escaping in a blue BMW convertible with a black top.

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