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Endicott Police are assuring residents there is no danger to the public after the department after authorities chased a suspect through Village streets.

Endicott and other police agencies assisted the United States Marshal’s Service Task Force with the arrest of a wanted person on November 29.

Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News (file)
Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News (file)

Authorities chased the suspect in a vehicle and then on foot near the intersection of Madison Avenue and Monroe Street.  Few other details are being offered concerning the very visible incident.

Endicott Police posted on social media about the pursuit, which covered several village streets, downtown and on the North Side.  Authorities said “Due to the events occurring in the Village, this short release is being made for community awareness.”

The statement went on to say all suspects are in custody and further inquiries should be made to the United States Marshal’s Service or Broome County Sheriff’s office.

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