Elderly women target of home invader in Franklin County

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State police are investigating four home invasion robberies in which the victims are elderly females.

The incidents occurred  January 8th in Antrim and Quincy Townships, in Franklin County.

Police said during each incident, the robber entered the residence by force or through an unlocked door. Once inside, he demanded money from the victims and in several cases threatened them.

None of the victims were injured.

The robber did get away with an undisclosed amount of cash and some jewelry.

Police are asking the public in determining the identification of the robber. They also advised residents to look out for elderly neighbors who live alone.

1 Comment

  • c.burke

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