D’Iberville police are seeking the public’s help in the arrest of two people in connection with a Christmas morning home invasion.
An elderly D’Iberville man told police two armed men, one of whom was wearing Christmas-colored mittens, entered his home by force and stole money and valuables, Captain Marty Griffin said in a press release. The man also had a wound to the top of his head, Griffin said.
Griffin said the man reported the crime at about 5:30 a.m. Sunday.
Both men were wearing dark clothing, with their faces partially covered with white scarves. Both were armed, one with a black revolver and the other with a black, semi-automatic handgun with a silver ejection port, Griffin said. One suspect was wearing dark gloves and the other was wearing white, knitted-type mittens that were colored red, white and green, the man told police.
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