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Sevier County Sheriff Seeks Help in Identifying Home Invasion Robbery Suspects

Sevier County Sheriff Seeks Help in Identifying Home Invasion Robbery Suspects

Four suspects in ski masks were caught on a security camera during a home invasion robbery last month and authorities are asking the public for help in identifying them or their vehicle.

According to Sevier County Sheriff Ron Seals, officers were dispatched just before 5 p.m. on Feb. 13, 2017 to a reported home invasion robbery at an apartment located at 10341 Chapman Highway in Seymour.

The victim told officers that he was asleep and woke up when four subjects entered his home. Holding him at gunpoint, they asked, “Where all the stuff was at.” One of the perpetrators then hit him with a pistol and took his wallet and cash. The suspects fled in a green four-door sedan.

Sevier County Home Invasion Robbery Suspects

Sevier County Home Invasion Robbery Suspects

Sevier County Home Invasion Vehicle

Sevier County Home Invasion Vehicle

Sevier County Home Invasion Vehicle

The victim described the assailants as one black subject, two white subjects and a light skin subject. Authorities believe a fifth suspect waited in the car during the home invasion robbery.

The Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division is investigating the case and anyone with information is asked to call 865-428-1899 or 865-453-4668. You can remain anonymous.

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