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No injuries were reported and Clackamas Fire Investigators are on scene to determine the cause.

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Near the Tillamook address, Hayes left behind a small bag and items scattered about the ground, some of which were determined to have come from the car prowl at the Banfield Pet Hospital.As officers were responding, they learned that the victim was sitting in his car across the street from the hotel when the suspect robbed him at gunpoint.The victim told police that the suspect, later determined to be Hayes, put a gun to his head and held him hostage for approximately 30 minutes in the car then stole his Oregon Trail EBT card and an item of clothing.As officers checked with the resident, Hayes ran from officers southbound behind the home so officers established a neighborhood perimeter and began to search for Hayes, assisted by a Canine Unit.Officers noticed that Hayes was holding his waistband as he ran from police.At pm this evening, Clackamas Fire District #1 (CFD #1) firefighters responded to the report of a fire at the North Clackamas School District Facility Operations building located at 12449 Fuller Rd in Milwaukie.

After the first crews arrived, the fire was immediately upgraded to a second alarm due to the size of the building and the large amount of fire showing.

The victim told police that Hayes walked away toward 82nd Avenue after the robbery.

At a.m., officers responded to a 9-1-1 call of a car prowler at the Banfield Pet Hospital, located at 1816 Northeast 82nd Avenue, where the victim provided a description of the suspect consistent with the first 9-1-1 call of the robbery.

Officers ordered Hayes to crawl out of the alcove, which he started to do, but then stopped and got upright on his knees.

Hayes was ordered multiple times by officers to keep his hands up, but made repeated and deliberate motions with his hands to the area of his waistband and pockets.

The caller provided a description of the suspect consistent with the previous two 9-1-1 calls.