POLICE SEEK ARMED GUNMEN WHO ROBBED FAMILY, FORCED MOM AND CHILDREN INTO CLOSET

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November 26, 2012 (San Diego) – San Diego Police seek two suspects who followed two children into a City Heights home, than forced the youngsters and their mother into a closet at gunpoint at 6:34 on Sunday. Suspects then ransacked the house at 3230 Menlo Avenue in the Swan Canyon area and stole property before fleeing. Detailed descriptions of the suspects are below; one was bald and wore glasses, the other had a mustache and tattooed left ear.

According to Officer David Stafford with San Diego Police, one suspect is a bald Hispanic man wearing a dark blue beanie and round, thin glasses; he was armed with a handgun.  He is about 34 years old, six feet tall and weighs approximately 190 pounds.

The other suspect had a tattoo on his left ear and a mustache. He wore a blue sweatshirt and dark blue beanie; he is described as a white or Hispanic man in his 40s, 5 feet 3 inches tall.

There were no injuries during the crime.  San Diego Police Department’s robbery unit is investigating.


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