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December 24, 2013 > Video of home invasion robbery released

Video of home invasion robbery released

Submitted By Fremont Police Department

At approximately 5:20 p.m. we received a call from a reporting party who stated a female family member was at home and four men had broken into their home on the 35000 block of Armour Way in Fremont. The victim was home alone when she heard loud knocking on the door. When she didnÕt answer, three to four suspects made entry by kicking in the door. The victim retreated to a bedroom, locked the door and called her brother (who then called us). The victim had just moved to the US and was not familiar with the 9-1-1 system. The suspects ransacked the home and eventually made entry into the bedroom where the victim was hiding. They held her at gun and knife point and demanded cash and jewelry. When the scared victim tried to remove her jewelry, they got frustrated and ripped a gold chain from her neck. After taking jewelry and small electronics from the home, the suspects fled in a mid-2000 Infinity SUV or similar, silver or grey in color. Officer Candler investigating and Sgt. McCormick supervised. The suspects are described as:
Suspect #1 Ð Black male adult, grey hoodie, dark colored pants and shoes, 5Õ10 Ð 6Õ, medium build, armed with a black handgun.
Suspect #2 Ð Black male adult, dark grey hoodie, dark colored pants and shoes, 5Õ10Ó, 200lbs.
Suspect #3 Ð Black male adult, light colored hoodie and pants, 6Õ, medium build.
Possible Suspect #4 Ð Black male adult, think black jacket, light grey beanie, light colored blue or grey jeans, light colored shoes, approximately 6Õ1Ó.
Suspect Vehicle Ð Driven by an unknown suspect, mid 2000Õs Infinity SUV or similar.

Fremont PD is releasing video from the home invasion robbery that occurred on the 35000 block of Armour Way on the evening of December 18. The quality of the video is not clear, but we are hoping that someone will recognize the vehicle and call the Fremont Police DepartmentÕs Investigative Unit at (510) 790-6900 or email Detectives at TMacDonald@fremont.gov or BLoughery@fremont.gov.

View the video on our YouTube Channel at http://youtu.be/8y8j8JEGjbI

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