PLEASANTVILLE - The Pleasantville Police Department is investigating is armed home invasion that occurred at 7:30 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 12, according to a statement issued by Police Capt. Sean Riggin.
The invasion occurred on the 200 block of North Third Street and the intruders assaulted the home’s occupants during the attack.
Pleasantville Police officers and detectives canvassed the neighborhood and conducted interviews with the victims who were uncooperative, Riggin said.
Pleasantville Police Department Criminal Investigations Unit is leading the investigation into the invasion.
Pleasantville Detective Lt. Dan Adcock, the department’s Criminal Investigations Section Commander, advised that his detectives are receiving help from the community and are developing leads.
Adcock also said the three home invasions that have occurred in the past five days appear to be unrelated.
Pleasantville Police Chief Jose Ruiz credited the community with providing promising leads in multiple recent cases.
The Pleasantville Police Department reminds residents that information given to police can be anonymous.
The department hopes to continue to increase resident and witness cooperation in efforts to fight crime in Pleasantville.
Anyone with information on Saturday’s armed home invasion should contact Det. Stave Sample or other members of the Pleasantville Criminal Investigations Section at (609) 641-6100.
For information on earlier home invasions, see: Pleasantville police investigate armed home invasion
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