, along with other agencies in the Bay Area, continue to search for the fourth suspect connected to the botched robbery at the on May 30, Lt. Dan Pratt said.
Michael Porter, 20, of Hayward has a warrant out for his arrest for his role of one of the suspects. The warrant is for robbery, false imprisonment and conspiracy; with bail amount of $300,000.
Two other suspects have been arrested. The other man died after being shot by the store's owner during the robbery.
"Since we found his friends, he knows he's wanted," Pratt said. "We've been looking around and now it's just a matter of finding him. He's in hiding."
The deadly attempted robbery occurred on a Wednesday evening off San Ramon Valley Boulevard. Four men walked into the Gold N' Treasures and attempted to rob the store, with one suspect brandishing a gun, according to police.
Gold N' Treasures owner, Everett Parvin, shot 18-year-old , the man brandishing the gun, once. The four men then fled the store and Bairu collapsed on San Ramon Valley Boulevard. He later died that night at .
The other three suspects fled the scene in a 1990s white sedan.
Two days later, police made . Krishneel Prasad, 19, was arrested near his Hayward home.
A week after the robbery, , 22, in Hayward.
Prasad and Lewis have both been and three counts of armed robbery.
The two can be charged with murder because in California if a death occurs as a result of criminal activity, the suspects involved can be held responsible for it.
If you have information regarding the whereabouts of Porter, San Ramon police asks you to contact them at 925-973-2700.
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