Guam – Guam Crime Stoppers Coordinator Officer Paul Tapao is seeking the public’s help in solving the March 28th home invasion in Agat.
The Guam Crime Stoppers needs the public’s help in solving this case.
If you have any information relative to this case, please call the Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP or text 688-STOP.
Guam Crime Stoppers Crime of the Week – “The March 28th Home Invasion in Agat”
Thursday, March 28, 2013, 8:00 p.m., officers from Southern Precinct Command responded to 275 Santa Cruz St. Agat regarding to a home invasion complaint.
The police report revealed the following:
-That on the night of the incident at about 7:30 p.m., the female minor victim was at home with family members and was the last of her family to take a shower after a day of fishing.
-The victim indicated that while in the bathroom of her residence, she got undressed and as soon as she opened the shower curtain, she discovered a male individual concealed in a ski mask, standing within the shower stall.
-The unknown male then rushed the victim by pushing her down onto the floor and sat on top of her. The unknown male then grabbed the victim by her neck and began choking her as the unknown male instructed the victim to “shut up”.
-The victim then yelled and struggled to free herself as the victim’s younger sister struggled to open the bathroom door from the outside. As the victim’s younger sister entered the bathroom, the unknown suspect had climbed out from the bathroom window and fled in an unknown direction.
The suspect was described by the victim as;
-male, possibly local
-black ski mask covering his head and face
-unknown height and weight
-last seen wearing a dark blue long sleeve T-shirt and blue jeans
The Guam Crime Stoppers needs the publics help in solving this case. If you have any information relative to this case, please call the Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-HELP or text 688-STOP.
You can also visit our web page at http//:www.guam.crimestoppersweb.com or call the Guam Police Department at 475-8615, 6 or 7. Guam Crime Stoppers wants to remind the public that we do not use caller id, and you do not have to leave your name.
You can receive a cash reward of up to a thousand dollars if the information provided leads to the arrest and conviction for the person or peron(s) responsible for this crime or any other crime.