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    Saturday January 5th, 2013

    Posted at 10:21am

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    1300 Block of Oak Street as seen on Google Maps

    Windsor Police are investigating a home invasion that took place at approximately 3:45pm Friday afternoon.

    Police say that four males forced their way into a residence in the 1300 block of Oak, and once inside they assaulted the 30-year-old male and a 31-year-old female resident.

    The suspects were armed with weapons during the assault and police say that it appears this invasion was targeted and the suspects were looking for drugs and money.  The suspects got away with a small quantity of cash, and two cell phones.

    They took off running southbound from the residence and got into a newer model four door metallic green vehicle. The vehicle and it’s occupants left the area west bound towards Wellington.

    Police say that it is believed that the suspects thought the victims at this residence was actively selling illegal narcotics.

    The two victims received non life threatening injuries and they were taken to hospital for medical care.

    The first suspect is described as a white male, age 20 to 25, 5’7″,  with a medium or thin build, with short hair, a fresh bruising to cheek and eye area on his face, and was wearing jeans and a dark sweater.

    The second is described as a male Arabic, between 20 and 25 years, 5’5″, with a stocky build.

    The third was a male black, light-skinned, age 20 to 25 years, 5’8″, with a slim build.

    The fourth was a male black, darker skinned, with longer curly hair with possible dreadlocks, 5’8″, with a slim build.

    Police ask that anyone who has any information regarding this crime  to contact detectives at 519-255-6700 extension 4830 or call Crime Stoppers.

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