The EPS Homicide Portion is examining a wife and husband plus an earlier day home invasion that resulted in one man being shot severely defeated.
Investigators believe the McConachie Blvd. House was wrongfully targeted.
EPS Northeast Section patrol officials responded on McConachie Blvd to a house. At approximately 2: 30 a.m. today (March. 4, 2016) on stories of the bust and enter and aggravated assault.
Inspections revealed that wife and the husband, who were residence at that time of the break-in, were tied up and seriously attacked after requirements were created for money and medications. It had been reported to police soon after the break-in that pictures were shot within the residence.
While authorities appeared on scene they identified a man, who seemed to happen to be shot, inside the attic of the property.
Where he passed away later this morning, EMS addressed and taken to hospital the man who’d been shot. The husband remains in clinic for therapy of his injuries.
A house next-door, which can be known to police, can also be being researched as part of this report. Homicide Detectives therefore are currently releasing explanations of two suspects in terms of the firing and continue to research:
Believe #1: A dark guy, approximately 5’10” to 6’ tall to mid-20s, cleanshaven, trim build, wearing a black Hoody and trousers that are deeper, and dark gloves. The man also wore dark, round, solid-rimmed eyeglasses.
Think No 2: A guy using a small mustache, about 5’10” to 5’11” high, late 20s, using a stalky or more heavy build, wearing a dim Hoody and sweat pants.
Both suspects are referred to as speaking with an accent or in Language.
Whoever has exactly what firing and the home-invasion or information regarding the suspects, is expected to make contact with the EPS at 780-423-4567 or #377 from a cell phone. Anonymous data can also be submitted to Crime Stoppers at 1800-222 8477 or online at www.tipsubmit.com/start.htm.