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Suspects Wanted for Alleged Home Invasion of Elderly Victims Caught on Camera

Suspects Wanted for Alleged Home Invasion of Elderly Victims Caught on Camera

ID #22-355

ID #22-355 Alleged suspects Mitchell Boney Jr. and Tyree Demont Boney Jr. Source Portsmouth Police Department

ID #22-355 Alleged suspects Mitchell Boney Jr. and Tyree Demont Boney Jr. Source Portsmouth Police Department

(Photo: Mitchell Boney Jr is pictured left and Tyree Boney Jr is pictured right.)

Armed Robbery of Elderly Couple Caught on Ring Camera

Ring security video shows an elderly couple forced into a linen closet as two suspects allegedly robbed them at gunpoint inside their Virginia home. The Portsmouth Police Department in Virginia said they are searching for the alleged suspects who were identified as 25-year-old Mitchell Boney Jr. and 22-year-old Tyree Demont Boney Jr.

Portsmouth Police Department Press Release

UPDATE: 9/15/2022

The two suspects have allegedly been identified as 25-year-old Mitchell Boney Jr. and 22-year-old Tyree Demont Boney Jr.

ORIGINAL POST:

The PPD is investigating an armed home invasion that occurred near the 2600 block of Turnpike Road today. No injuries were reported. Investigators have acquired surveillance footage of the incident.

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