A woman is facing charges and police are trying to identify three more suspects after a targeted home invasion in Red Deer last weekend.
Red Deer RCMP responded to a 911 call at a residence on 58A Avenue, where there was a reported home invasion, just after 7 p.m. this past Sunday.
Two victims were located at the scene with minor injuries – the suspects responsible fled before police arrived. The male suspects stole the homeowner’s orange Honda Element, leaving in that vehicle, as well as a white truck.
Police said the investigation indicated three males gained access to the residence with the assistance of a female, who was an occupant of the residence.
The males were not known to the victims and were wearing masks when they allegedly assaulted the two victims and stole a bank card. The males were in possession of guns.
The female accomplice, Marie-Line Lariviere, 54, has been charged with one count of robbery with a firearm. She has been released from custody and is next scheduled to appear in Red Deer provincial court March 1.
On Feb. 1, the Honda Element was recovered in an apartment building parking lot at 59 Avenue and 60 Street.
The Red Deer RCMP continue to investigate this incident and are seeking any information about the identities of the three males involved.
Anyone who may have seen any activity related to the orange Honda Element before it was recovered is asked to call the Red Deer RCMP at 403-343-5575.