Woman, child tied up during Kingwood home invasion robbery

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KINGWOOD, TX – People expect a crazy scene and possibly some violence when they head out to stores on Black Friday, but a Montgomery County family got the same experience in their own home!

Deputies said just after noon on Friday, a woman in Kingwood reported a man dressed in a postal-type outfit carrying a box knocked on her door.

Thinking it was a delivery, the woman opened the door but was then bum-rushed by three other guys who had guns and demanded money.

According to deputies and family members, the greedy grinches then pulled the woman to the kitchen and used zip ties to bind the woman and a child before grabbing cash and jewelry.

Three other kids who were home at the time were not harmed and one of them was able to call 911 after the suspects left.
Montgomery County Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.

Money that could buy a lot of stuff on Cyber Monday, so if you know something, say something by calling Crime Stoppers at 800-392-STOP.

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