×
×
homepage logo
STORE

Cape police investigating burglary/battery

By Staff | Feb 26, 2011

Cape Coral police are looking for a man dressed in law-enforcement like garb who assaulted a woman while breaking into her home.
The unknown suspect knocked on the front door of the residence at 920 SE 17th Terrace on Friday.
The female victim opened the door and was met by a man wearing clothing described as similar to a police uniform. The clothing was described as a black short sleeve shirt with what appeared to be police type patches on the sleeves. The victim stated that the man did not have any badge or name tag that was visible on his person. The victim also stated that the suspect had a police duty type belt around his waist with what was described as a semi-auto handgun.
According to the victim, the man inquired about issues in the neighborhood and he never identified himself as a law enforcement officer. When she turned around, the man grabbed her by the hair. A struggle ensued and the victim was able to break free and run to her bedroom. She located her handgun and fired two rounds at the suspect. The man fled out the back door.
She did not know the direction he took
Anyone with information may contact the Cape Coral Police Department at (239) 574-3223 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780 TIPS.

Source: Cape Coral Police Department

Cape police investigating burglary/battery

By Staff | Feb 26, 2011

Cape Coral police are looking for a man dressed in law-enforcement like garb who assaulted a woman while breaking into her home.
The unknown suspect knocked on the front door of the residence at 920 SE 17th Terrace on Friday.
The female victim opened the door and was met by a man wearing clothing described as similar to a police uniform. The clothing was described as a black short sleeve shirt with what appeared to be police type patches on the sleeves. The victim stated that the man did not have any badge or name tag that was visible on his person. The victim also stated that the suspect had a police duty type belt around his waist with what was described as a semi-auto handgun.
According to the victim, the man inquired about issues in the neighborhood and he never identified himself as a law enforcement officer. When she turned around, the man grabbed her by the hair. A struggle ensued and the victim was able to break free and run to her bedroom. She found her handgun and fired two rounds at the suspect. The man fled out the back door.
She did not know the direction he took
Anyone with information may contact the Cape Coral Police Department at (239) 574-3223 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-780 TIPS.

Source: Cape Coral Police Department