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Tuesday January 8th, 2013

Posted at 11:36am

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A Windsor woman and her husband are recovering after being attacked and robbed while the woman was taking her garbage to the curb.

The incident took place last night around 9:30pm in the 1400 block of South Pacific in Remington Park.

A 54 year old woman exited her house through the garage door to bring garbage to the curb. The woman returned to her garage to retrieve additional bags of garbage. As she was inside the garage, a male grabbed her from behind and threw her onto the hood of her vehicle that was parked in the garage. He forcibly held her down on the vehicle.

The suspect was screaming at the woman and demanding money. A second suspect appeared in the garage with a duffle bag. The first suspect spoke to the second suspect about getting the “hammer” ready. The victim screamed and struggled and managed to get into her house.

The woman’s husband could hear the commotion and went to the kitchen where his wife was frantically struggling with a cordless phone attempting to make a phone call. The husband asked the suspects what they wanted. One of the suspects turned and punched him in the face. One of the suspects took a bottle of wine and both suspects fled the residence using the garage door as an exit. The female suffered some bruising to her face and her husband suffered a bloody nose and cut lip.

Suspects are described as;

1) Male with olive complexion, 5’8″ to 5’10”, medium build approximately 180 lbs, wearing a beige winter jacket with dark pants, hood pulled up over his head.

2) Male white, light to medium complexion, 5’10” to 6′, slim build, 160 lbs wearing all dark clothing. Had a hat or hood over the top half of the head and a scarf covering the bottom of the face. Was carrying a dark duffle bag.

If you have any information regarding this incident please call police at (519)-255-6700 ex 4830 or anonymously to Crime Stoppers (519)-255-TIPS (8477)

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