Suspects Take Tequila, Laptops from Home - NBC 7 San Diego

Suspects Take Tequila, Laptops from Home



    Two men and a woman broke into a home in City Heights early Friday morning and took two laptops and a bottle of tequila, police said.

    The three suspects forced their way into the home on Euclid Ave. just after 1 a.m., according to the San Diego Police Department.

    All three suspects had knives, but the person inside the home was not injured during the invasion.

    The suspects fled out the back door with the tequila and computers.

    Suspects Wanted in City Heights Home Invasion

    [DGO] Suspects Wanted in City Heights Home Invasion
    Police are searching for 3 armed suspects responsible for a home invasion robbery in City Heights. They say two men and one woman broke into a ground floor apartment at the 4100 block of Euclid Avenue. NBC 7's Chris Chan reports.
    (Published Friday, Aug. 10, 2012)

    One of the suspects was described as a man about 5'6'' with a medium build and wearing black shirt and blue shorts. The second was in his 20's. The third female suspect was about 23 years old, 5'1'' with a thin build and wearing a black strapless top with blue jeans.

    The SDPD Robbery Unit is investigating.

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