By LeaAnne Klentzman
Last Friday afternoon about 2:15 p.m., Sugar Land Police responded to an aggravated robbery at a home in the 12000 block of Ashford Green Court in the Ashford Lakes neighborhood. According to Sugar Land Police spokesman Doug Adolph, a group of men forced their way into the home through the back door. Once inside the home, they encountered a 19 year old female. She was held at gun point by one man while others went through the house looking for money said Adolph.
Adolph said the intruders got away with electronics and other items. The teen was not physically injured.
The suspects were described as six black males. The one who held the teen at gunpoint was described as tall, wearing a white mask and gloves, with a long sleeve white t-shirt, and black workout pants. He reportedly asked the teen where the money was in the house.
Another suspect was described as wearing gloves, a brown short sleeve t-shirt, and had a large carry-on bag. He was thin and bald, said Adolph. A third suspect was described as short, muscular and wearing gloves, a short sleeve navy t-shirt and jeans. He appeared to be 20-25 years old. His face was described as square. He had short hair and a thin beard, further description of this suspect was that he had big eyes, a flat and wide nose and visible nostrils. He also had a large carry-on bag.
Adolph said, “At least six men left in a newer-model sedan, possibly a silver Toyota Camry with dark tinted windows and a sunroof.”
Sugar Land Police are asking anyone with information about this case to call Crime Stoppers at 281-342-TIPS.