Help needed to ID home invasion robbery suspects

The incident happened March 4 in the 15100 block SE 141st Pl., Renton

  • Monday, April 1, 2019 3:51pm
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The mask seen here is similar to one the suspects were wearing at the time of the home invasion robbery. Photo courtesy King County Sheriff’s Office

The mask seen here is similar to one the suspects were wearing at the time of the home invasion robbery. Photo courtesy King County Sheriff’s Office

The King County Sheriff’s Office needs the public’s help in identifying three suspects who forced their way into a family’s home demanding methamphetamine and money.

The incident occurred March 4 in the 15100 block SE 141st Pl., Renton around 9:10 p.m. when a husband, wife and their two older teenage sons were home.

According to the King County Sheriff’s Office, a white male, black male and another male of an unknown race forced their way into the home.

The wife, who is undergoing cancer treatment, reportedly told them they didn’t have meth but offered them her cancer medications, which according to the Sheriff’s Office the suspects took.

The husband was pistol whipped and the sons were forced to the floor at gunpoint.

The three suspects reportedly took hundreds of dollars in cash and three cell phones. Two of the three phones were located during the initial response, a Sheriff’s Office release stated.

One was found near the house and the other was found a few miles away in a grocery store parking lot.

The release stated it appeared both looked like they had been tossed from a vehicle.

A Ford Fusion or a similar sedan is believed to be the suspect vehicle. It was reportedly seen in the area the night of the home invasion, the release stated.

A Jeep Liberty Sport or a similar vehicle was also reportedly seen around the neighborhood a few days prior to the robbery. The Sheriff’s Office release stated it is possible the vehicle was casing the victim’s home.

If anyone has information about this incident contact the King County Sheriff’s Office at 206-296-3311.


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