FBCSO: Home invasion may have been case of mistaken identity

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The armed suspects tied up a family and took their cell phones, jewelry and a gun before making off in a crossover vehicle

The Fort Bend County Sheriff'S Office says robbers who tied up and terrorized a family last week may have been at the wrong home.

Investigators say just after 3am Friday, four armed, masked men broke into the home here in the 5300 block of Riverstone Crossing Drive.

The suspects tied up the family and then took cell phones, jewelry and a gun before leaving.

The first suspect is described as being in his late 20's to early 30's. He's about 5'8" and about 160 pounds. He was wearing blue jeans.

The second suspect appeared to be in his mid 20's, 5'11" and about 170 pounds. He was wearing a long sleeve camouflage shirt with blue jeans a and a gray ball cap with an "X" inscribed on the brim and red Nike shoes.

The third suspect, also in his late 20's, is about 5'8" and 160 pounds. He was wearing a long-sleeve shirt with blue jeans.

No description is available for the four suspect.

Investigators say the suspects took off possibly in a silver Toyota RAV 4. They did not give the model year.

If you know anything about this home invasion, call Crime Stoppers.
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