Escambia Investigators Seek Info On Home Invasion

July 31, 2013

Escambia Sheriff’s Investigators are seeking  information about a home invasion which occurred Monday the 1800 block of Border Street in Pensacola.

According to the 70-year old victim, she was inside of her home with the front door open when an intruder armed with a gun entered her residence. The suspected demanded money, but when the victim stated that she had no money he placed the gun to her head and demanded her debit card and PIN number.

The suspect then tied the victim with cable cords before fleeing the residence. The victim managed to escape and go to a neighbor’s home where she called for help.

The suspect is described as a black male in his 20’s, about 6-feet tall with a regular build. At the time of the incident he was wearing a white shirt. dark pants, a white handkerchief around his face, an unknown type cap and sunglasses. The suspect possibly has gold teeth.

The suspect vehicle is described as a newer model silver four-door type vehicle, possibly a Pontiac Grand Prix, with dark tinted windows.

Approximately 20 minutes prior to the incident another male had approached the victim and asked to borrow money. It is believed that the two individuals may have been working together.

The other suspect is described as a six-foot tall  black male in his 40’s who was driving an older gray pickup truck, possibly an 80’s model. Anyone with any information about the crime is asked to call Gulf Coast Crime Stoppers at (850) 433-STOP or the Escambia Sheriff’s Office at (850) 436-9620.

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