Home Invasion with wounded: the police of Sherbrooke is attempting to identify two suspects

News 24 January, 2018
  • QMI agency

    Wednesday, 24 January 2018 08:27

    Wednesday, 24 January 2018 08:32

    Look at this article

    SHERBROOKE | The police department of the City of Sherbrooke is attempting to identify two suspects responsible for a home invasion that occurred at a residence in the rue Sainte-Famille Sherbrooke.

    On the 16th of January last, two women are introduced by force in the housing located on the ground floor, around 19: 30. An altercation would have taken place with the tenant. This last one has been struck with a stick and punched before being robbed of electronic items. The suspect then fled.

    The police of Sherbrooke research first suspect aged between 25 and 30 years, measuring 5 feet 4 inches or 5 ft 5 inches, and would weigh about 250 lb. She had black hair tied back and a tattoo on the chest.



    The second suspect would have a period of forty years, of the same size and would weigh about 125 or 130 lbs. She had the short hair blond. During the assault, she was wearing a short coat grey.

    Any person with information on how to find them can contact the police Department by calling (819) 821-5555 or anonymously by contacting crime stoppers at 1-800-711-1800 “, or via the Web site www.echecaucrime.com.