RODEO (CBS SF) – Authorities in Contra Costa County issued an all clear for a neighborhood in the community of Rodeo, after residents were told to shelter-in-place due to police activity.

Around 10:50 a.m., the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office told residents in the area of Harris Avenue and surrounding streets to stay in their homes and lock all windows and doors.

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According to map released by the sheriff’s office, the affected area was bordered by Second Street to the north, Lake Avenue to the east, Rodeo Hills Elementary to the south and Regatta Point to the west.

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Map of area covered by lockdown order due to police activity in Rodeo on December 30, 2021. (Contra Costa Sheriff's Office)

Map of area covered by lockdown order due to police activity in Rodeo on December 30, 2021. (Contra Costa Sheriff’s Office)

The order was lifted shortly before noon, according to the sheriff’s office.

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No further details about the police activity were immediately available.