CARY, N.C. – The Latest on a burglary suspect shot to death by police officers in North Carolina (all times local):
A woman who couldn't sleep told a 911 operator she saw a man sneak through the garage door of a North Carolina home. Minutes later, he was shot and killed by police.
Cary officials released the 911 call from the home in the Raleigh suburb.
Two women made the call while hiding in a closet around 2:30 a.m. Sunday. One told the operator she saw the man come into the house while she was on the couch watching TV and made it upstairs to warn the other without being seen.
The 911 operator tells the women the suspect ran as officers arrived.
Police say the man was shot by officers trying to arrest him. They have not released his name or what led the officers to fire.
No one else was injured.
Authorities say a burglary suspect has been shot and killed as police tried to arrest him in a North Carolina neighborhood.
Cary spokeswoman Carrie Roman said in a news release that officers went to the home in the Raleigh suburb after getting a call about an intruder around 2:30 a.m. Sunday.
Authorities say the shooting happened a few blocks from the home after the suspect was apprehended and officers were trying to take him into custody. He died a short time later in the hospital. The city did not release any other details.
Authorities say the officers and the people in the home were not injured.
The names of the officer who fired and the dead man have not been released.
The State Bureau of Investigation is investigating the shooting.