Police looking for 3 in West Seattle home invasion robbery

Seattle Police are investigating a home invasion robbery that occurred on the 7900 block of 9th Ave. S.W. shortly after 7 a.m. on the morning of April 10, according to SPD Det. Renee Witt.

The victim, who was treated for a bloody nose in the aftermath, told police she was sleeping when she awoke to the sound of someone kicking down her front door. She screamed as a male entered her room, got on top of her, put his hand over her mouth and demanded the location of her car keys and purse. The victim said she was punched in the face once.

After telling the man where to find her purse and keys, the suspect fled the scene. The victim believes two other males were rummaging through her home during the invasion.

They left the scene in her vehicle, a white, four-door 2006 Chevy Malibu.

The suspects are only described as Samoan or black males in their 20s.

If you have any information or spot a vehicle matching that description, please call 911.

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