A man who may have been involved in an armed robbery was killed Friday after a standoff with police in Anaheim, officials said.
Officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at Fry's Electronics in the 3300 block of E. La Palma Avenue about 2 p.m., Anaheim Police Lt. Bob Dunn said.
After arriving to the scene, police found out two people, one possibly armed with a gun, fled in a dark-colored SUV, Dunn said.
After receiving another call about a crash involving an SUV of the same description, police chased the SUV's occupants who ran away from the car, Dunn said.
One person was detained by a nearby California Highway Patrol officer, but the other person was later found inside a car parked in a dealership lot, police said.
Witnesses told police man holed up in the car was seen earlier pointing a gun at bystanders, Dunn said.
Police used "chemical agents" to try to get the man out of the car after he refused, Dunn said, then "exchanged gunfire" after an hour-long standoff.
The man was killed, Dunn said.
Additional details about the incident were not immediately clear.