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Woman tied up during home invasion in Broward County; suspects sought

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Woman tied up during home invasion in Broward County (Broward Sheriff's Office)

Broward County deputies are investigating a home invasion robbery that ended with a woman being tied up.

The robbery happened Monday in Tamarac around 9 a.m.

The woman was leaving her home when two men, dressed in all black and armed with weapons, got out of a 2019 or 2020 white Lexus SUV NX300 F Sport model vehicle, according to the sheriff's office. They approached the woman and forced her to let them into her home at gunpoint.

Once inside, the men tied her up.

Surveillance video inside the home shows the two men rummaging through the woman's belongings, the sheriff's office said. The video also shows an unidentified woman wearing a dark colored hair wrap (possibly concealing dreads or braids) and dark colored clothing approaching the home.

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The unidentified woman opens the door, says something in Creole, then closes the door before wiping the handle down with the sleeve of her shirt before returning to the awaiting car, according to the sheriff's office. She and the two men leave shortly after, taking about $2,700 worth of items.

Detectives say both men appeared to be wearing dark colored, shiny, plastic skull masks. Anyone with information regarding the identity of these subjects is asked to contact BSO Robbery Detective Robert Sokol at 954-321-4547. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or online.





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