Englewood Police Look for Three Men Accused of Armed Home Invasion on Valentine’s Day
Englewood NJ police are trying to find three men who were allegedly behind a home invasion and robbery on Valentine’s Day.
The suspects allegedly committed the theft crime at the Cross Creek condo complex around 9:30 p.m. They allegedly approached a 30-year-old man while he was taking groceries out of his car and forced him at gunpoint to enter his apartment.
The suspects then allegedly held the male victim and his wife at gunpoint while searching the apartment for valuable possessions that they could steal.
After roughly one hour, the suspects took the stolen items and left the residence. They then drove off in a vehicle.
Englewood police detectives were called to the scene to investigate and obtained video surveillance footage that allegedly shows the suspects leaving the neighborhood.
If and when the suspects are apprehended, they would probably face serious criminal charges for armed robbery, burglary, weapons offenses, and aggravated assault.
For additional information about this case, read the Paramus Patch article, “Husband, Wife Held at Gunpoint in Bergen Home Burglary: Police.”