Clark County Sheriff’s Office investigating Thursday morning burglary/assault
On Thursday (Sept. 22) at about 6:30 a.m., a resident in the 10300 block of NE 23rd Avenue entered his open garage while getting ready for work. The resident was surprised by a burglar and the event turned into a robbery when the suspect began assaulting the resident. The victim had property taken from him and received minor injuries. The victim was treated and released at a local hospital.
The suspect is described as a white male, 30 to 40 years of age, brown hair and a goatee with some gray, standing about 6-feet tall, wearing blue jeans and a light or white colored long sleeve shirt or light jacket. The suspect left the scene on foot and to the south crossing 104th St. The suspect left behind evidence that may be helpful in identifying him.
Clark County Sheriff’s Office staff remind local residents to remain vigilant when observing people in the neighborhood. Local residents are also asked to check any video surveillance equipment they may have that might capture the suspect in the area.
No other investigative details will be released at this time.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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