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Police Investigate Early Morning Home Invasion

Arlington police are investigating a home invasion robbery that occurred overnight.

According to a police report, the robbery took place on S. Montana Street, between Kenmore Middle School and the border with Falls Church. A suspect broke into a home around 3:00 a.m. and robbed a victim at knifepoint in his bedroom.

From the Arlington County Police Department:

ROBBERY/HOME INVASION, unit block of S. Montana Street. At 3:08 am on November 22, a suspect entered a third floor bedroom and demanded money from a 50 year-old victim at knifepoint. The suspect was able to get cash and the victim’s ATM card before fleeing the scene. Surveillance footage caught the suspect attempting to withdrawal money from a nearby ATM. The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 5’8” tall and 160 lbs. He was wearing a brown mask, long sleeve shirt and dark pants with paint spots on them.

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