Stratford Police are searching for two men after a home invasion robbery in St. Marys.
STRATFORD - Stratford Police are searching for two men after a home invasion robbery in St. Marys.
Police say the men forced their way into a home on James Street North on Monday night. One of the suspects threatened the victim with a weapon while demanding cash. While this was happening, the second suspect began ransacking the residence and moving items of property to a waiting motor vehicle.
The getaway vehicle is described a white dual cab pick-up truck, make and model is unknown.
The two male suspects were wearing all black with one having his face concealed with a balaclava. Both males were described as having a thin build, but no further description was available.
Stratford Police are reminding all members of the public to be aware of their personal safety at all times and to be vigilant when any stranger arrives at your home.
Any person with information regarding this incident can contact Stratford Police at 519- 272-4141, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.
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