Suspects Sought in Morning Home Invasion - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

1/6/09

Suspects Sought in Morning Home Invasion

Lubbock Police are on the lookout for two men accused of impersonating police officers and forcing their way into a central Lubbock home. 

The male and female victims tell police the men kicked-in their front door and held a gun to male's head. They say the suspects threw the male to the ground, and yelled that they were "cops."

The suspects then fled toward the alley. Right now, it is not clear if anything was taken from the home.

The first suspect is in his 30's, with a light complexion. He stood approximately around five feet, eight inches tall, and was last seen wearing a maroon hooded sweatshirt.

The second suspect is in his mid 20's, with a dark complexion, around five feet, five inches tall, last seen wearing a gray jacket. 

If you can help identify the suspects or know anything about this home invasion, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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