Everett police hope sketches will help solve home invasion

EVERETT — Detectives with Everett’s major crimes unit hope police sketches will help identify two suspects in an Oct. 2 home invasion robbery in Everett.

They also are circulating a photo of a pickup truck that may have been used to flee the crime scene.

Robbers kicked in the front door of an apartment at 702 W. Casino Road about 4:10 a.m. and forced open the victims’ bedroom door.

The man and woman living there said the robbers continually asked where the money was located and rummaged through the apartment.

The victims had no idea what the suspects were talking about, Everett police Sgt. Robert Goetz said.

The couple recently had moved into the apartment.

After several minutes, both suspects fled — apparently not finding what they were looking for.

The first suspect is described as white and between 25 and 30 years old. He is about 5-foot-6 and 190 pounds and was clean shaven.

The second suspect is light skinned, and possibly of mixed race. He’s believed to be 30 to 35. He’s about 6 feet tall, 190 pounds and has acne scars on his face. Both suspects were wearing black clothing with black knit caps.

A possible suspect vehicle was identified as a light colored 1990s Mazda B2000 truck with two different types of rims on the passenger-side front and rear wheels. There’s an over-the-bed style box in the truck bed.

Police said the home invasion occurred next door to a similar robbery June 13.

Anyone who might be able to identify the suspects is encouraged to call 911 or the Everett Police Department tip line at 425-257–8450.

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