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Search for Suspects in Pulaski County Home Invasion/Robbery

Incident Details:

On Thursday, September 18, 2003 two white males entered a residence on Kentucky HWY 39 armed with handguns.

 Suspects were wearing dark clothing, latex gloves and bandannas over their faces with holes cut for sight.

The suspects tied up two victims with rope and duct tape.  The suspects indicated they were searching for money.  The suspects had parked their vehicle approximately 1/2 mile away and walked to the residence.  The suspect vehicle is described as an early 1980s two-tone blue Ford station wagon with extensive hail damage.

Suspects took the following items from the victims:  Firearms, money, a police scanner, and prescription medications.  Suspects then fled scene in the victims´ automobile, which was recovered approximately 1/2 mile away at the location they had parked their vehicle before entering the residence.

Suspects may have been to residence earlier the same day to look at a vehicle for sale.  Subjects asked to go inside to use phone but were denied.  Suspects stated they were from Crab Orchard, Kentucky.

Suspect Descriptions:

Suspect 1 - White male, approximately 6´ 2", 250 pounds, arms covered in tattoos, with a spike earring in ear.

Suspect 2 - White male, 5´ 9" tall, with a medium build.

Investigation/Reporting Information:

While the suspects did not injure the victims during the incident, they should be considered armed and dangerousUnder no circumstances should you attempt to apprehend suspects.

This case is being investigated by the Pulaski County Major Crimes Task Force.  Pulaski County Sheriff´s Office Detective Scott Trotter is the lead investigator.

Detective Billy Correll and Detective Todd Dalton of Kentucky State Police Post 11 are assisting in the investigation as part of the PC Major Crimes Task Force.

To report  information about this crime, call the Kentucky State Police toll free at 800-222-5555 (in the state of Kentucky only, does not work out of state).

You can also call Kentucky State Police Post 11 at (606) 878-6622 and ask for Detective Todd Dalton or Detective Billy Correll.

You can also call the Pulaski County Sheriff´s Office at (606) 678-5145 and ask for Detective Scott Trotter

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