Two Suspects Wanted After Violent Home Invasion, Attempted Sexual Assault
CHARLOTTE, NC — The search is on for two men accused of forcing their way into a South Charlotte apartment, where police say they beat, robbed and tried to sexually assault a young mother. Her two children witnessed the entire thing.
The stay-at-home-mother was in her apartment around 6am Thursday with her 4-year-old and baby. Police say two masked men forced their way inside her home at the Lexington Green Apartments on Archdale Avenue.
The 24-year-old victim’s sister-in-law talked to WCCB Charlotte’s Alexandra Elich through a crack in the door.
She says the apartment door was left unlocked after the victim’s husband went to work. Once inside: the two suspects hit her in arm with a bat and pistol whipped her in the head, knocking her out. The suspects said they’d kill her. Her children witnessed everything.
The sister-in-law says the attackers took money and jewelry. A police report says the 24-year-old victim went to the hospital with bruises and scratches.
CMPD says on Tuesday, the victim reported a breaking and entering at her home. They don’t have a specific description, so they don’t know if the crimes are related.
CMPD is looking for two suspects accused of forcing their way into a woman’s home and trying to sexually assault her early Thursday morning.
The crime happened around 6am at an apartment on Archdale Drive. The victim says she answered the door and two masked men forced their way inside.
Police say the men demanded money and then one of the suspects hit the victim with an object, which left her unconscious for a short period of time.
She received minor injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment.
The victim had also reported another attempted breaking and entering at her home on Tuesday, according to police.
CMPD says they do not have a detailed description of the suspects at this time.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 704-334-1600 or 911.