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Man arrested after being identified by tattoo
March 27, 2014, 05:00 AM

A man who carjacked a victim at knifepoint in San Mateo Monday evening was arrested after he was recognized by his tattoo, according to San Mateo police.

Miguel Angel Cisneros, a 27-year-old San Bruno resident, approached a 41-year-old man near Tilton and Railroad avenues and stole his car and possessions, according to the police. The victim contacted police around 6 p.m. and was able to give a description of his car and Cisneros. A patrol sergeant recognized the distinctive tattoo from a recent police flier and Cisneros was quickly identified, according to police.

The stolen vehicle was located on the 900 block of Skyline Drive in Daly City and, after an extensive search of the area, Cisneros was located near San Bruno’s Ritz Inn shortly after midnight, according to police.

Cisneros was charged with carjacking, robbery, assault with a deadly weapon and drug charges, according to police.

 

 

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