SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — A suspicious device found after an attempted bank robbery on Saturday morning in West San Jose has been rendered safe, police said.
The device was discovered at the Chase Bank branch in the 1700 block of Saratoga Avenue, police said shortly after noon.READ MORE: Santa Cruz Man Pleads Guilty To 2015 Rape, Murder Of Maddy Middleton When He Was 15
About 1:15 p.m., officials said explosives technicians had rendered the device safe but no other details or a description of the device were released.
A suspect was taken into custody after the attempted heist, police said on social media about 10:30 a.m.
The bank was evacuated and no injuries were reported, police said.READ MORE: Judge Refuses To Dismiss Lawsuit Accusing SoFi Of Denying Loans To Immigrants
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Units are currently at the scene of an attempted bank robbery in 1700 block Saratoga Av. The suspect has been taken into custody at the scene. No injuries to report. More info when it’s avail. TOC 9:33am. pic.twitter.com/273rnoE7BI
— San Jose Police Media Relations (@SJPD_PIO) February 27, 2021
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