Burglary suspect dies after getting stuck between 2 buildings | Inquirer News

Burglary suspect dies after getting stuck between 2 buildings

/ 03:48 PM March 13, 2021

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A burglary suspect who was seen jumping from rooftop to rooftop died after getting stuck between two buildings in California, USA.

San Francisco police said the suspect, identified as 50-year-old Frank Madrid, was seen rooftop-hopping on three-story residential buildings last Tuesday, March 9, as per San Francisco Chronicle on March 11.


Madrid eventually got out of the police’s sight, but was later found trapped in a confined space between two buildings.


Authorities also noted finding “evidence of forced entry into a residential building” in the area.

The city’s fire department was called to help Madrid, but the latter died at the scene, despite medics performing life-saving measures, the report said.

Police were still looking into the burglary case, while the city’s chief medical examiner was investigating Madrid’s cause of death. Ian Biong /ra


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