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Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida is on lockdown as police hunt for man who crashed car and jumped fence into base

THE Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida is on lockdown as police hunt for a suspect who crashed his car nearby and jumped a fence into the base.

Officials said the unidentified man crashed his vehicle on Roosevelt Avenue and Collins Street near the NAS base Wednesday morning.

A man jumped over a fence into Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida on Wednesday morning

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A man jumped over a fence into Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida on Wednesday morningCredit: US NAVY
The suspect's silver car

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The suspect’s silver carCredit: First Coast News

Naval Air Station security released a statement asking residents living at the terminal to stay in their homes as they work with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office to search for the suspect.

“All staff living on the station are asked to stay in their homes and stay away from Perimeter Road to Swan Road due to police activity,” the NAS said.

Based on News about First CoastThe fence that the suspect jumped off of was a treehouse near the base housing away from the runway.

It’s not clear what caused the crash or whether the suspect was on the run from police.

Authorities are asking the public to stay away from Perimeter Road to Swan Road due to police activity.

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