Police search for men involved in armed home invasion
Pueblo police are looking for two men involved in an armed home invasion Sunday night. Police said one of the men pointed a gun at a baby.
It happened around 10 p.m. in the 2600 block of O'Neal Avenue.
According to a police report, two women were in the living room with an infant, waiting for a friend to arrive. When they heard a knock at the door, one of the women yelled "come in."
The women told police two men and a woman entered the home. One of the men was wearing a black bandana and carrying a shotgun. The other suspect was wearing a dark-colored ski mask. The victims said they recognized the woman as "Vicky."
The victim said a man with a gun told the women "to get down on the floor." The woman said she thought the man was joking since she knew Vicky.
The suspect then said, "This is a home invasion," and pointed the shotgun at the woman's infant.
The victims said they don't know what the suspects took. They saw one of the suspects show the gunman something that looked to be wrapped in fur.
When the three left the home, one of the victims ran after them. The victim opened the car door and grabbed Vicky by the hair while trying to get her out of the vehicle. The victim said Vicky kicked her. The car door swung and hit one of the victim's hands. She refused medical treatment.
Police said the two men and woman left in a two-door, older white Dodge Stratus. The car didn't have hubcaps and appeared to have a trash bag over the back window.
Police are unsure if Vicky is a suspect. When Vicky left the home the victims said she whispered, "Call the cops." Vicky is described as thin, about 5 feet tall with medium length red hair.
One of the suspects is described as white, about 6 feet tall with shoulder-length dirty blonde hair and tattoos above his eyes. The other man is also about 6 feet tall and walks with a limp.
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