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DEVELOPING: Third Home Invasion in Less than a Week in City
At this time the suspects are on the loose and police have little information. The two prior home invasions occurred Tuesday night Nov. 13 at the corner of 12th Avenue and 25th Street and Wednesday Nov. 14 about 10:45 p.m. on Cabell Court between 24th and 25th Street. Police do not know if the home invasions are connected. They ask that anyone with possibly relevant details call 304-696-5510. The suspects may have escaped from one of the robberies in a dark colored SUV.