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Friday October 26th, 2012

Posted at 2:32pm

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Windsor Police are looking for two men who invaded a home in the 700 block of Lincoln Road in the early hours of the morning.

Police responded at around 3:50am this morning for an initial report of domestic violence. Upon arrival, officers spoke to a 26 year old male who told them that he was just the victim of a home invasion. The male said that he was at home with his friend, a 23 year old male, when two males kicked in the front door and entered the residence. The males demanded money from the two victims, who did not have any money.

Police say the suspects then assaulted the 23 year old male, who was eventually able to flee the residence through the rear door. Following this, the suspects caused damage within the residence and then left the home on foot. The police were not able to locate the male victim who had fled the residence. The other male victim did not suffer any injuries.

Another 25 year old male was present when police arrived and he advised that he also resides at the home. Shortly before the home invasion he had left to go to the corner store. On his way back home he was confronted by the two males suspects who had just committed the home invasion. The suspects assaulted the male victim and stripped him of his clothing. The victim was able to run away and returned to his residence. This victim suffered minor injuries.

Investigators believe that the suspects are known to the victims.

The suspects are described as:
Suspect 1 – Male, black, dark, skin, 6′ tall, 20 years old, slender build, wearing a black ball cap, black framed glasses, black jacket
Suspect 2 – Male, black, dark skin, 5’6″ tall, stocky build, short afro style hair, burgundy sleeveless shirt, black jeans

Anyone with information in relation to this case is requested to contact the WPS Investigations Unit at 519-255-6700 ext 4830 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 519-258-TIPS (8477)

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