UPDATE (5 p.m.) - The shelter-in-place order has been lifted, but sheriff's officials say one suspect is still outstanding.
Anyone who sees suspicious activity is urged to call the sheriff's office.
UPDATE (3:18 p.m.) - The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office tells KSBY News one arrest has been made so far in connection with a burglary investigation in Los Alamos.
Authorities say they are looking for at least one other person.
The search began after several 911 calls came in at about 1 p.m. Monday in the area of the 300 lock of Savannah Dr.
No other information was immediately available.
UPDATE (3:07 p.m.) - The sheriff's office says a search for burglary suspects is taking place in the ground and in the air in the area of St. Joseph’s St. and Gonzales.
ORIGINAL STORY: Shelter-in-place notifications went out to people in the Los Alamos area Monday afternoon.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office was asking people north of Bell Street to stay inside due to law enforcement activity in the area.
The sheriff's office has not yet returned KSBY's requests for additional information on the incident.
The sheriff's office asks people to call 911 if they see anyone suspicious in the area.
ALL RESIDENTS N OF BELL ST IN LOS ALAMOS, PLEASE SHELTER IN PLACE DUE TO LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITY IN THE AREA. CALL 911 TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS SUBJECTS.— SB Sheriff's Office (@sbsheriff) May 11, 2020