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Home invasion in Teal Run – suspects still on the loose

By LeaAnne Klentzman 

Home invasion in Teal Run - suspects still on the loose.

Home invasion in Teal Run -
suspects still on the loose.

The quiet of the Teal Run neighborhood was shattered Saturday evening when armed home invaders took repairmen and a resident hostage in a residential robbery.

Saturday evening, about 8pm, deputies from Precinct 1 Constables Office and Sheriff’s Office responded to a home invasion robbery at a home in the 4000 block of Aerial Brook Trail in the Teal Run subdivision, near Fresno in far southeast Fort Bend County.

According to a sheriff’s spokesman, three armed men approached a couple of air conditioner repairmen who were finishing up a job. The armed men forced the A/C repairmen into the home forcing them to the floor at gunpoint. While in the home, the armed men also took the residents hostage binding up the homeowners. The home was ransacked. The armed intruders got away with cash, property, and the cell phones of all inside the home.

The suspects are described as black males in their late teens to early twenties. Interestingly, two of the suspects were reportedly wearing gold pants. The crew fled the scene in what officials described as an early 1990’s white Cadillac sedan, which was captured by surveillance cameras at a nearby residence.

Fort Bend Detectives are asking for the community’s assistance in identifying these suspects. Anyone with information is asked to contact Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers, Inc. at (281) 342-TIPS (8477) or text plus the tip to CRIMES (274637). Tips can also be submitted online at www.fortbend-tx-crimestoppers.org.

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