BERKELEY (CBS SF) — Berkeley police arrested an Oakland man Wednesday night suspected in a November vehicle shooting near the Berkeley-Oakland border.

The shooting happened November 29 at around 4:40 p.m. in the area of 62nd and King streets just west of Adeline St. Police said the investigation which included a review of surveillance video determined the gunman shot at an occupied vehicle with a rifle.

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On Wednesday, detectives along with a US Marshals Fugitive Task Force arrested the unidentified 29-year-old suspect near his home at 61st and Occidental streets in north Oakland, which is about a block from the site of the shooting.

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Seized evidence in a November 29th shooting in Berkeley. (Berkeley Police Department)

Police said the suspect had a modified assault rifle in his possession along with a car stolen in Oakland. During a search of his home, detectives also seized evidence related to the shooting and several pieces of suspected stolen mail, credit cards, and other items related to identity theft.

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The suspect faces charges which include shooting at an occupied vehicle, stolen vehicle possession, identity theft, and additional weapons charges. The charges include a criminal enhancement for committing a crime while on pre-trial release, as well as an arrest warrant for an auto burglary that was committed at Ed Roberts Campus in September.