Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office investigating home invasion near Sheridan
The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a robbery that took place shortly after 3 a.m. this morning in the 20000 block of Fremont Moore Road. According to the initial investigation, five people, all in their early twenties, were in the home near Sheridan when three black males walked in the open front door of the home. One of the suspects displayed a black handgun while attempting to keep his face covered and told the victims to give up their cell phones. He then demanded money and ordered the victims to the ground while the other suspects rummaged through the house. The suspects then left after telling the victims not to call the police. One of the victims left and went to a neighbor’s house to report the crime after the suspects fled.
The suspects took cell telephones, electronics, a saxophone, and a purse containing a debit card. No one was injured in the incident.
The suspects are described as black males in their late teens or early twenties. The alleged gunman was around 5’7”, 130lbs with a thin build and a noticeable scar running across his nose. He was wearing dark baggy clothing, a black hoodie, and a black beanie. The second suspect was also around 5’7”, 130lbs, wearing a clown mask, black hoodie, and gray sweats. The third suspect was 5’7”, 150lbs, wearing a devil mask and baggy dark clothes. No vehicle description was available.
Anyone with information on this incident should contact the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office at 317-776-9887 or 317-773-1282.