SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – After issuing a shelter in place, Santa Fe Police have a suspect in custody, accused of shoplifting and pulling a gun. Police say officers responded to Home Depot around 8:36 a.m. Monday to reports of a shoplifting. SFPD says two men stole a generator and when loss prevention confronted them, they pulled a handgun.

Officers tried a traffic stop on the suspect vehicle but the vehicle fled from police and officers stopped their pursuit, citing public safety reasons due to the vehicle driving recklessly. SFPD says around 3:10 p.m. the same vehicle was seen and officers tried to stop it. The vehicle fled again and the suspects parked it and fled on foot.

After setting up a perimeter around the area and issuing a shelter in place, officers were able to take 24-year-old Jesus Gonzales into custody after using a taser on him during the arrest. Police say he has been identified in the earlier Home Depot incident. The second occupant of the vehicle was 31-year-old Chrystyne Sanchez who was also taken into custody. Sanchez faces multiple charges including aggravated fleeing a law enforcement officer. Gonzales has been charged with armed robbery among other charges. SFPD say they are still looking for the second man involved in the Home Depot robbery. Anyone with information is asked to contact Santa Fe police.