Santa Rosa home invasion on Inglewood Drive
Published by Staff Writer on May 29, 2013
Police are searching for two male suspects who bound a female victim in front of her child during a home invasion robbery in Santa Rosa on Tuesday, police said. At about 12:40 p.m. Santa Rosa police received a report of a robbery that occurred while two residents were inside their home in the 500 block of Inglewood Drive.
Two Hispanic male suspects, standing about 6 feet to 6 feet 2 inches tall, with medium builds entered the house, armed with handguns, police said. The suspects bound the woman and put her 3-year-old child under a blanket on a bed, police said.
The suspects then ransacked the house before fleeing with personal property and cash, according to police. The victim was able to untie herself from the bindings and call for help. Neither the victim nor her child suffered any injuries during the incident, police said. No suspects are in custody, according to police. The Santa Rosa Police Department Violent Crimes Investigations Team is continuing to investigate the incident and search for suspects.
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