A wrecked car near a shooting on north First Street.
A wrecked car near a shooting on north First Street. Jim Guy The Fresno Bee
A wrecked car near a shooting on north First Street. Jim Guy The Fresno Bee

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  • Camera captures suspect stealing tools from parked PG&E vehicles

    Surveillance cameras captured video on Dec. 4 of a man using a crowbar to pry open locked tool boxes on four vehicles in a PG&E storage yard near Maple and Belmont avenues. If you have information, please call Crime Stoppers at 559-498-7867.