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Shelter in place lifted in Northstar neighborhood Wednesday morning

The shelter in place call was the result of a car crash and search for a suspect by Denver Police.

THORNTON, Colo. — The Thornton Police Department (TPD) lifted a shelter in place for the Northstar neighborhood early Wednesday morning as Denver Police (DPD) was searching the area for a suspect, according to police.

TPD tweeted the shelter in place just before 6 a.m., and said at 7:40 a.m. that the order had been lifted.

Police said there was a car crash in the area of Huron Street and Planet Place prior to the search.

Northbound Huron Street remained closed at Milky Way while accident clean-up continued, TPD tweeted.

Police have not released a description of the suspect.

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