Troopers Respond To Home Invasion In Thompson, Looking For Public Assistance In Identifying Suspect

This article was published on: 09/18/18 1:14 AM by Mike Minarsky

Thompson, CT. (September 17th, 2018): State Police Detectives from Eastern District Major Crime are investigating a Home Invasion on Laporte Road in Thompson. On Monday, September 17, 2018 at approximately 8:38A.M. Troop D-Danielson received a complaint from a homeowner that lives on Laporte Road in Thompson, CT. The homeowner reported that he was the victim of an armed robbery. The homeowner stated that he was inside of his residence exiting the bathroom in his master bedroom when he was confronted by a white male subject. The white male is described as being in his early to mid 30’s, approximately 5’6” – 5’8”, about 130-150 pounds, with tan skin, dark colored eyes, dark colored brown hair a few inches long, and dark colored unshaven facial hair wearing a black baseball style hat with white colored numbers and letters on the front of it, a black colored hooded pull over sweatshirt, grey colored denim jeans, and white with red and black trim high top sneakers. The homeowner stated that the white male brandished a folding knife and demanded that homeowner drive him to an ATM to withdraw funds. The subject threatened to cause bodily harm to the homeowner if he did not comply with his requests, so he complied and drove the male to two (2) separate banks where he withdrew money and gave to the subject. The homeowner provided a partial Massachusetts plate and vehicle description, which was found to be entered stolen earlier the same morning from Webster, MA. The vehicle description is a 2003 Pontiac Grand AM, color green, with a lot of bumper stickers on the rear, bearing MA registration 5VAJ30. EDMC-D Detectives responded and assumed the investigation. Anyone with information on the suspect or who may have information regarding this investigation are asked to contact the Connecticut State Police Eastern District Major Crime Troop D at 860-779-4944.

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