SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Police in San Francisco on Thursday confirmed the arrests of four suspects — including one juvenile — for homicide, attempted homicide, burglary and possession of stolen goods earlier this week.

According to the SFPD Investigations Bureau Twitter account post, the arrests happened on Tuesday, June 22. The post said after officers from the Ingleside station spotted a wanted individual, a search warrant was issued for a residence on Alemany Boulevard.

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The warrant was served by Ingleside officers as well as SWAT officers and officers with the department’s Community Violence Reduction Team (CVRT) and the arrests were made without incident.

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According to police, one juvenile suspect was arrested for homicide and a second suspect was arrested for attempted homicide. One of those arrests was in connection with a shooting, but authorities did not provide specifics.

Additionally, two suspects from outside of the county were arrested for burglary and possession of stolen property. An assault weapon was also recovered at the scene.

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Police did not identify any of the suspects or give an exact address where on Alemany Boulevard the warrant was served.