FORT BEND COUNTY, TX (KTRK) --The Fort Bend County Sheriff's office wants to find two men who were trying to be very quiet when they broke into a home in the Sugar Land area.
Security pictures from the home in the 11900 block of Gardner Park Lane, show one of the suspect's "shh-ing" the other suspect.
The Sheriff's Office says the two men forced their way into the home on Tuesday, February 9th. The men were still inside when the homeowner's son entered the residence.
Investigators say the suspects tied up the man's son, threatened him with a handgun and continued to search for property inside the residence.
The Sheriff's Office says the suspects were at the residence for about 45 minutes before escaping in a small white SUV.
The first subject is believed to be 18 to 25-years of age and is about 5-feet, 9-inches tall and appears to weigh about 190 pounds. He has a beard and short cropped dark hair. He was wearing a red, long-sleeved shirt and he also wore a necklace around his neck. In one photo, he was shown with a black baseball cap. He also was wearing brown high-top shoes.
The second subject is a heavy-set Hispanic male who is about 5-feet, 10-inches tall and weighs about 220 pounds. He was wearing a gray long-sleeved shirt and also had a shiny necklace around his neck.
Anyone who may know these subjects are asked to contact Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office or call Fort Bend County Crime Stoppers, Inc.
Information, which leads to the apprehension and filing of charges on the suspects involved, could earn you up to a $5,000 cash reward.