BERKELEY (CBS SF) — Two people were arrested and a third was being sought after a hit-and-run crash in Berkeley, according to police.

Berkeley police said streets were blocked in the area of Ashby Avenue, Mabel Street, Burnett Street and San Pablo Avenue at 9:49 a.m. and were looking for a suspect who fled the scene.

Berkeley police spokesman Ofc. Byron White Officer said a motorist who allegedly was driving a vehicle recklessly struck a pickup truck at the intersection of Ashby Avenue and Mabel Street at about 9:15 a.m.

Three people fled from the suspect vehicle and police detained two of them, but were not able to find another person who fled, White said.

Police said officers concluded their search for the hit-and-run suspect just before 10:15 a.m.

No suspects were immediately identified and there were no reports of any major injuries.

 

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