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Suspects sought after Agana Heights home invasion

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's a case that's causing uproar in the community, wondering how someone could do such a thing.   The Guam Police Department is asking for your help in their search for the suspect or suspects who broke into a home in Agana Heights at around nine o'clock Saturday night and assaulted a 91-year old woman and 68-year-old woman. The 91-year-old woman suffered a one inch cut to her nose, a facial fracture with a half-inch cut to her lip. She was admitted to GMH where she is in stable condition. The 69-year-old woman received a cut to the back of her head and received 7 staples to close the wound. She has since been released from GMH. The home invasion and robbery occurred at a home along Joseph Cruz Street - which is the main road - in Agana Heights.   Mayor Paul McDonald says the family is a long time resident of the village and is alarmed this could have occurred. He says Agana Heights has a neighborhood watch program in place. He added the family also has several dogs in front of their home which is near a church.

"Our neighborhood watch has been in existence since 1995 and I think we're one of the longest neighborhood watch programs. We've actually reported and caught a lot of home intruders and break-ins. And its one village that I believe criminals should not come in because we will have a better chance of catching you," he said.

If you have any information regarding this case please contact the Guam Police Department or Guam Crime Stoppers at 477-4357.

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