A woman attacked during a Wednesday night home invasion as she held her infant child is in fair condition, police said.
The 30-year-old was inside her Glen Valley Drive home around 10:15 p.m. when two suspects kicked in her rear door. She grabbed her 2-year-old son and tried to run, though one of the men tackled her from behind, reports state.
“They demanded money from her,” Maj. Julius Graham said. “After she told them she didn’t have any money, they knocked her around, threatened to harm her son.”
A suspect struck the women on the right side of her head with a pistol, reports state. They used an electrical cord to tie her up and they put Duct tape over her mouth. They then took a Louis Vuitton purse, a wallet and watch before fleeing, Graham said.
The child was uninjured, police said.
One of the suspects is 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-10 and thin. He wore a long, black sleeve shirt, black shorts and green gloves.
The other suspect is 6-feet and thin. He wore a long, black sleeve shirt and green gloves, police said.