Brantford police has release descriptions of four men suspected of a home invasion in the city’s north end on Monday.
The major crime unit is investigating the incident which happened at around 12:30 a.m. on June 15 at a residence in the area of Memorial Drive and Kensington Avenue.
The four men who forced their way into the house took firearms found inside. The people inside the house at the time, all of whom live there, were not harmed by the suspects.
The detectives investigating the incident believe the home invasion was a premeditated, targeted effort, indicating there is likely no threat to the general public.
Brantford Police Service are seeking the public’s assistance to identify four suspects.
The first suspect is white, around 40 years old with a thin build. He is about six feet tall. He wore white shoes, blue jeans, a black jacket and a white ball cap.
The second suspect is white, in his 40s with a regular build, dark short hair and a dark short beard, wore black shoes, black pants and a red t-shirt.
The third suspect is white, 50s, with a bulky build, taller than six feet, with a long white scruffy beard. He wore brown shoes, dark jeans, a black hooded jacket and a black ball cap.
The fourth suspect is white, 50s, has a thin build, approximately five feet, 10 inches tall and bald. He wore black shoes, blue jeans and a black hooded jacket.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Ryan Groen at 519-756-0113 ext 2206 or Detective Matthew Roberts at 519-756-0113 ext 2273.