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KING CITY — King City Police Department is requesting the community’s help with an incident Wednesday involving suspicious circumstances.

On Nov. 2 at about 1 a.m., officers responded to Mee Memorial Hospital regarding a King City resident who was in the Emergency Department with a broken leg.

The subject stated he was being followed by subjects in a car and was in fear of his life while in the area of North Vanderhurst Avenue and Lynn Street. He began running from the subjects and then jumped fences in the neighborhood to escape, police said in a news release.

The subject advised that he “fell while jumping a fence and broke his leg,” police said. He was able to obtain help from a resident in the 300 block of Lynn Street and was transported to the hospital.

KCPD is asking the community to review their home or business surveillance system for a subject being chased by a vehicle or possibly being struck by a vehicle.

Anyone with more information regarding this case is encouraged to contact Sgt. Anthony Shaw at 831-386-5996 or [email protected]; or call the WeTip line at 1-800-78-CRIME.

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