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Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office Surveillance Video Shooting Targeting South San Jose Electrical Substation. #Alert

Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday released surveillance video depicting an April shooting targeting a PG&E substation in South San Jose.Narrative: In the early-morning hours of April 16, someone opened fire at the utility's substation on Metcalf Road near Highway 101. The gunshots damaged five transformers and caused cooling oil to leak from a transformer bank, and the damage prompted state regulators to urge electricity conservation in the ensuing days. AT&T phone service in the area was also affected.
What: The dark and moderately grainy footage shows a series of gunshots fired over a roughly one-minute span, between the 1:54 and 3:07 marks. Sheriff's spokesman Kurtis Stenderup said investigators continue to analyze other footage taken at the time.


Who: A month later, a man dressed all in black was seen lurking near the substation, touching off a large manhunt by Sheriff's deputies, but the man eluded capture.
Anyone with information for the Sheriff's Office can contact investigators at 408-808-4431.
AT&T is offering a $250,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.

Video: Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday released surveillance video depicting an April shooting targeting a PG&E substation in South San Jose.

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