Press release - Home Invasion Robbery (Follow up information)

Published 10/19/2009 (all press releases for this day)

OXNARD POLICE DEPARTMENT

PRESS RELEASE

INCIDENT: Home Invasion Robbery (Follow up information)
DATE/TIME: 10-13-09 1101hrs
LOCATION: 1000 block Kumquat, Oxnard CA
VICTIM/S: 40 Year-old Oxnard resident
SUSPECT/S: Light complexion Hispanic Male, 25-26 years old, Thin build, wearing a Blue hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and dark gloves
WITNESS/ES: Yes
SUSPECT VEHICLE: Newer model white Honda four door with black rims and tinted windows
LOSS: None
PREPARED BY: Det Paul Knapp
805-385-7796

DETAILS: 
On 10-13-09 at approximately 11:00 am Officers responded to the 1000 block of Kumquat for a Residential burglary that had just occurred. During the investigation Officers and Detectives learned that the suspect rang the doorbell to the residence, the victim eventually went to the front door but did not see anyone. Approximately 5 minutes later the victim went downstairs and noticed the rear sliding door was open. The victim observed the suspect in the kitchen area putting gloves on. The suspect then grabbed the victim and threatened her with a knife. The suspect repeatedly demanded property from the victim. A short time later the victim’s son began to call for her. She was eventually able to free herself from the suspect, grab her child and flee the residence. The suspect fled a short time later and was seen leaving the scene in a newer model Honda Civic four door, with tinted windows and black rims.

Residents are reminded for personal safety to keep doors and windows locked. Be cautious of answering the door for someone you do not recognize and report any suspicious activity to the police department.

UPDATE:

Through the assistance of a police sketch artist, the witness provided a description, and a composite drawing has been completed. Attached is the composite drawing.



Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact Detective Paul Knapp at 805-385-7796 or you may leave a message on the Violent Crimes Hotline at 805-982-7070. To give an anonymous tip, call Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477)


An investigation is continuing.



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