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Dec-05-2008 11:05printcomments

Oregon City Family Survives Home Invasion Robbery

The suspects were described as male, under six feet tall, 20 years of age wearing ski masks and black clothing.

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(OREGON CITY) - Oregon City Police are looking for two suspects in a home invasion robbery that happened early this morning at 12:12 AM. Lt. Lisa Nunes with the Oregon City Police Department, says officers responded to a report of a panic alarm on Nevin Court in Oregon City.

"As officers were arriving they were advised by dispatch that there had been a home invasion robbery at this residence and the victim was calling in from a neighbors home," Nunes said.

Officers learned that the residents had come home on the evening of December 4th at approximately 10:00 PM, and met the robbers as they entered the residence.

"They were immediately met by two armed male subjects that ordered them to the ground. The victims were robbed at gun point and bound. Suspects were able to obtain information from the victim regarding a jewelry store he owns in Portland and took keys and codes to the store."

Nunes says officers contacted Portland PB while on the scene and had Portland officers check the victim's jewelry store located at 304 SW Washington Street. Portland PB confirmed that the jewelry store had been burglarized and no alarms had sounded. It is unknown when the burglary occurred, but possibly between the hours of 10:00 PM and midnight.

The suspects were described as male, under six feet tall, 20 years of age wearing ski masks and black clothing.

The case continues to be investigated by Oregon City Police Detectives.




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Anonymous December 7, 2008 12:51 pm (Pacific time)

Well said, Sallie. I agree that every law abiding citizen should have a weapon to protect themselves and their family. The criminals have the weapons and they will use them against citizens without thinking about the consequences. And with all these liberal lawyers out there, they will get away with probation.


Sallie December 5, 2008 1:11 pm (Pacific time)

Every citizen should be armed and trained to shoot to kill to protect their family and home. The times that we are in, will only get worse. Criminals need to be sent a clear message, that they cannot take, steal, rape and pillage from the lawful citizen. The law and the courts need to take a stand and support the taxpayer and homeowner who is rightfully defending his property from criminals who's intend is to threatened, steal and do harm to the lawful citizen.

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