Suspect Sketches Released In Home Invasion Robbery

NewsChannel 10
By KFDA Assignments Desk

Amarillo, Texas - New sketches just released show one of the suspects involved in a home invasion robbery west of Amarillo.

Potter County sheriff's deputies believe this woman lured an elderly couple out of their home off of I-40 and Hope road last week then robbed them at gunpoint. The couple was discovered handcuffed on the porch of the home.

The victims reported a young white female 18 to 25 years of age rang the doorbell and was asking them for help. The female claimed she was lost and needed directions to get to Oklahoma City. The female was able to lure the victims out of the residence into the front driveway. As the victims stepped out onto the front porch they were grabbed and had something thrown over there heads. Both victims were handcuffed, and taken back inside the residence. Both victims reported seeing the assailants with handguns. The male victim saw the barrel of what he believed to be a black in color semi-automatic handgun. Taken during the robbery was a large amount of currency, a large women's gold diamond ring with 23 diamonds, a large amount of old silver half dollars, silver dollars and 10oz. silver bars, and a gold South African Krugerrand. The Sheriff's Office needs help identifying the female suspect in this case.

Suspect Description: White Female 18 to 25 years of age. 5' 01" to 5'03" in height, weighing 100 to 110 ponds, having blonde to sandy blonde colored hair that was short or possibly pinned up, with blue or green colored eyes. Last seen wearing a gray t-shirt with a large emblem on the front and blue denim jeans. Both victims reported the female was very young looking and extremely attractive with very clean skin. No further description was given on any male suspects as they were all wearing black ski masks. The suspects were last seen in a gray or dark colored SUV.

Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call the Potter County Sheriff's Department at 379-2900 or Amarillo CrimeStoppers at 374-4400.