Police need your help in finding armed and dangerous suspects - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/21/10

Police need your help in finding armed and dangerous suspects

Source: LPD Source: LPD
Source: LPD Source: LPD

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - Police believe two suspects wanted for breaking into homes at gun-point may be responsible for another aggravated robbery that happened Friday, and now they need your help finding them.

Police are looking for two men with active warrants out for their arrest in their suspected involvement in a home invasion about a month ago, and detectives suspect a possible link to the most recent armed break-in.

Last Friday, according to police reports, three suspects kicked in a duplex door in the 2800 block of Juniper. Three people were held at gun-point and took off with several items.

Investigators believe there are similarities between this break-in and several home invasions across the city over the past couple of months.

 "The conduct around our victims was very similar to ones in past. This is the first that I recognize as a possible pattern to these two suspects since one we got video surveillance from," says Sgt. Jimmy Pachall of the Lubbock Police Department.

The family's security system captured the suspect on video.

Police say Daniel Reyna and Sergio Gonzalez broke into this house in back on march 22nd. A Lubbock grand jury indicted the two at the beginning of the month.

Sergio Gonzalez is described as a Hispanic male 5 feet 10 inches tall, 210 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Daniel Reyna is described as an Hispanic male 5 feet 9 inches tall, 143 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.

If you know these men or happened to see anything that night you can call Crime Line at 741-1000 and remain anonymous.

There is a third suspect listed for the most recent home invasion who police are working to identify and locate. They say these men are considered armed and dangerous.

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