New Haven Police Investigating Home Invasion - NBC Connecticut

New Haven Police Investigating Home Invasion



    New Haven Police Investigating Home Invasion
    New Haven Police
    Police are looking for two intruders who tied up two women in New Haven on Monday.

    Police are searching for a vehicle two intruders took after committing a home invasion on Huntington Street in New Haven on Monday afternoon and holding two women captive.

    Two female residents, ages 71 and 58, were returning home to the multi-family resicent around 4 p.m. on Monday and were carrying groceries through the back door when two men confronted them, according to a news release from New Haven Police.

    One intruder had a gun.

    The men forced the women inside, tied them up and left in a victim's car, police said. Neither woman was injured.

    Police are looking for a white 2003 Pontiac Aztek with Connecticut license plate 977-XGC.

    One intruder is described as 5-feet-8 to 6-feet tall and looked like he is in hie early 20s. He was wearing black clothing and a flat-brimmed baseball hat that was too big for his head.

    The second man was also in his 20s and wearing all black, police said. He was described as 5-feet-6 to 5-feet-7, with short hair.

    If you have any information, call New Haven police at 203-946-6316 or 203-946-6304 and ask to speak to a detective.

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