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PCSO Asking for Public Help to Identify Home Invasion Suspect
 
Posted: 10/16/2013 12:00 AM
 
On September 25th, 2013 the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office began investigating a reported home invasion near North Gantzel Road and West Chandler Heights Road in San Tan Valley. The case was assigned to detectives from our Criminal Investigations Bureau.
 
The victim told detectives, she heard a knock on her front door earlier in the evening. When she opened the door, two unknown white females forced themselves into her home. The victim said the suspects began to physically attack her and attempted to wrap a bra and other items around her neck to choke her. The victim said she fought with the two suspects for several minutes. The victim advised she continued to struggle with one of the females while the other female then stole items from her home. The victim told detectives the two females eventually stopped attacking her and were able to flee from her home in an unknown direction of travel.
 
The victim sustained non-life threatening injuries to her head which later required medical attention including stitches. The reason for the attack is unknown at this time.
 
The victim was able to give a description of one of the attackers and the below composite sketch was completed.
 
Sheriff Paul Babeu stated, “The victim in this case was brutally assaulted in her own home for unknown reasons by the two suspects. If anyone has any information or believes they know who the person in the composite sketch drawing is they are asked to call the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office at 520-866-5111 or 1-800-420-8689.”
 
The suspect is a white or light skinned Hispanic female, late 20’s, 5’6” or 5’7” tall, weighing 180 to 200 pounds, brown hair, brown eyes, shoulder length hair (was in a ponytail) last seen wearing a black shirt and shorts.
 
Public Information Officer

Tim Gaffney
520.705.8124
pcsopio@pinalcountyaz.gov



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