02-16-2016, 12:51 PM #1
TX - Authorities Release Sketch Of Suspect In Southeast Houston Elderly Home Invasion
A home invasion suspect who preyed upon a 94-year-old woman is on the loose and authorities in Houston are asking for the public's help to identify and locate him.
Police are holding a press conference today with Crime Stoppers and Council Member Dwight Boykins in an effort to find him.
The robbery happened on January 18 around 10am in the 5000 block of Higgins Street in southeast Houston. Police say the suspect got in to her house by climbing in through a window. The homeowner was there and the suspect demanded money from her. Authorities say the suspect got upset when she didn't have any money to give him and attacked her, breaking her shoulder, among other injuries.
Police say he got away with the woman's TV and cell phone. It's unclear which way he went after the theft.
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