Border Patrol probe underway in California after 11 people arrive by boat, flee

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Border Patrol probe underway in California after 11 people arrive by boat, flee

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U.S. Border Patrol personnel launched an investigation Friday after a boat arrived at a Southern California beach and 11 people got out and fled, according to a report.

The vessel, described as a 25-foot-long pleasure craft, came ashore at Encinitas, about 25 miles north of San Diego.

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The occupants fled through a beach access area and scattered into a neighborhood, Encinitas Lifeguard Capt. Larry Giles told FOX 5 of San Diego.

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