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Two suspects on the loose after crashing stolen car into building

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SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Police are looking for two people who caused some damage to a College Area building.

According to police, a man called for help after he saw his car get stolen in Lake Murray.

When authorities caught up with the car, the two men inside jumped out and the car rolled into a silkscreen business in the 5900 block of El Cajon Boulevard.

Anyone with information should call San Diego police.

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