Alleged Brazen Houston Home Invasion Robbery Caught on Camera

Alleged Brazen Houston Home Invasion Robbery Caught on Camera

ID #22-283

ID #22-283 Alleged Houston home invasion suspects. Credit Houston Police Department

ID #22-283 Alleged Houston home invasion suspects. Credit Houston Police Department

Woman robbed at gunpoint while working out of home after her hair salon burned down

The Houston Police Department is asking for the public’s help identifying the suspects seen on video robbing a woman at gunpoint in July 2022.

Houston Police Department Press Release

The Houston Police Department’s Robbery Division needs the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects responsible for aggravated robbery.

On Thursday, June 22, 2022, at around 7:50 pm, the complainant was temporarily operating her hair salon out of her residence at the 8100 block of Leonora, in Houston, Texas. The complainant stated that her business had burned down, so she was only allowing a few customers into her residence so she could do their hair. The complainant stated that she was expecting a friend, so she left the back gate unlocked so they could access her back door. The complainant then heard her door knock and when she opened it, two unknown males, one armed with a handgun, forced their way into her residence. One of the males immediately went to get the cash drawer while the other suspect searched the complainants’ pockets for money. The suspects then fled the location in an unknown direction.

Suspect #1: Black male, 19 to 22 years old, black hooded coat with graphics in the front, black pants and red sandals.

Suspect #2: Black male, 19 to 22 years old, blue hooded coat, black pants with red and white shoes.

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