Seagoville police appealed for help Monday to identify robbers who have hit the same house twice in as many months.
In one invasion, a Seagoville woman and her teen-aged children were home when suspects came through an unlocked front door and robbed them. Seagoville is about 50 miles southeast of Fort Worth.
On Monday, Seagoville police released videos of the home invasions and photographs of the suspects taken from the videos in hopes that someone could identify the robbers.
“Investigators have spoken with the adult residents of the home and neither the woman, or her boyfriend, claim to have any knowledge as to why this home has been targeted twice,” Seagoville police Sgt. Andrew Sparrow said in a news release.
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The home invasions began Oct. 18 when the woman and her children arrived home. Their residence is in northwest Seagoville near Dallas.
Moments after arriving, four suspects rushed into the home, two were armed with handguns. The masked suspects took an undisclosed amount of money and the woman’s purse.
The woman and her children were not injured, Seagoville police said.
On Saturday night, Seagoville patrol officers responded to a residential alarm at the same house. No residents were home at the time. Suspects forced their way into the home, but nothing was taken.
Home surveillance videos showed that three suspects, one armed with a high-capacity handgun, made no attempt to cover their faces. One suspect had his shirt pulled over his face.
Anyone with information should call Seagoville police at 972-287-2999.