Monday, July 10, 2006

St. Paul Home Invasion

Thugs have terrorized a family in St. Paul, according to KARE 11 News. Information is thin at this point, and the rats remain on the loose. No explanation is given for why the story is reported so long after the crime.

Here's the KARE 11 News story: "St. Paul Police looking for robbery suspects".

Saint Paul Police are searching for two suspects involved in a home invasion last Friday afternoon.

Police says two black males, dressed as employees of a gas company, strong armed their way into a home in the 400 block of Winslow Avenue.

Police say the once inside the home they demanded cash and drugs from the residents. Police say the occupants of the home have only been living in this place for 30 days and have no records or known history of drug or sales.

Police believe the men were looking for the previous residents.

The suspects left the scene in a white van with a ladder on top and side windows.

No one was injured during the assault.
Although I spend a lot of time with Minneapolis crime stories, I can't forget the other Twin City, St. Paul. Thugs know no boundaries, and St. Paul has their own problems, as is evidenced by this story.

Let's get these criminals before they kill someone.