Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Woman Sought in Home Invasion

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Woman Sought in Home Invasion

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BRUNSWICK -- Authorities have released a composite drawing of a

woman who helped two men rob a Glynn County man at gunpoint

Thursday in his home.

The robbers, who hit and tied up the 53-year-old victim, stole

an estimated $40,000 in cash, firearms and jewelry. They then

fled by stealing the victim's pickup truck, Glynn County police

said.

The victim, whose name police haven't released, freed himself,

grabbed a rifle and fired two or three shots at the robbers but

apparently missed, police said.

A police artist put together a composite drawing of the woman

based on a description from the victim.

The victim didn't get a good look at the men, so detectives

haven't produced a composite drawing of them.

Detective R.A. "Adam" Watson, lead investigator, said the

female robber is white, 30 to 40 years old, 5 feet 5, 140 to 160

pounds with a medium build. Her shoulder-length hair is light

brown with a reddish tint to it, Watson said. …

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