Police release images of suspects sought in Lincoln Park home invasion

A woman answered a knock on her door Tuesday in the 400 block of West Fullerton Parkway and three people rushed in, pointed a gun at her and then handcuffed her on a bed, police said.

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Images of men involved in Lincoln Park home invasion released.

Surveillance images of suspects police are seeking to identify in a home invasion in the 400 block of West Fullerton Parkway, Oct. 8, 2019, in Lincoln Park.

Chicago Police Department

Police released images Wednesday of a woman and two men sought in the home invasion of a Lincoln Park apartment, where a woman was handcuffed at gunpoint.

On Tuesday, the woman, 32, was home alone about 9:10 p.m. in the 400 block of West Fullerton Parkway when she answered a knock at the door and the trio rushed in, Chicago police said.

Images released of men involved in Lincoln Park home invasion

Surveillance images released by Chicago police of suspects sought in a home invasion in the 400 block of West Fullerton Parkway, Oct. 8, 2019, in Lincoln Park.

Chicago Police Department

They are alleged to have pointed a gun at her, hit her multiple times in the head and asked her about money, police said. When she said she didn’t have any, they allegedly placed her facedown on her bed and handcuffed her, police said.

The trio allegedly took cash and electronics before running off, police said. The woman managed to escape and call a neighbor.

One suspect is described as a man between 35 and 45 years old, standing between 5-foot-4 and 5-foot-9 and wearing all black clothing, police said. The second suspect is a 21- to 28-year-old man with a thin build and wearing a white long sleeve shirt.

A third suspect is described as a woman between 26 and 28 years old, standing 5-foot-6 with hair shaved on the sides and braided hair on top, police said. She was wearing a red scarf or hoodie with a black coat over it.

They are considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Anyone with information should call Area North detectives at 312-744-8263.

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