Not only is this for Noblesville police, but also for an Mississinewa High School Class of 1998 alumnus.
CREATED: February 26, 2011 12:32 PM
UPDATED: February 26, 2011 1:31 PM
According to a the alumnus’ Facebook post, she is reporting that the day before, the same man was peeping through the window of the alumnus’ daughter’s bedroom.
“He came back a second time and hid between a truck and a U-Haul then ducked down, crept his feet in front of the tire to hide. Good thing we called cops and identified him before the 17-year old was tied up and put in closet 6 miles down the road (last) Saturday,” said the 1998 Ole Miss grad. “The (Noblesville) detective said they’re watching my place but who knows what’s really going on. I decided to post this because the more people out thre that know..the better chance of him getting caught!!! Please pass this photo around.”
Yours truly, Aeverine Zinn, a fellow Ole Miss Alum from the Class of 2001, is exactly doing that. This met the threshold of of an Aeverine.info and also involved a fellow Mississinewa High School Alumnus that I went to high school with, I felt an obligation to inform friends and fans of yours truly.
“The look in this man’s eyes was creepy enough. He didn’t care that he was seen…he made a constant eye contact & then came back again!!!,” she pleads on her Facebook comment.
Police release sketch of home invasion suspect
Hamilton County Sheriffs said the man broke into the teen’s home on Greenfield Avenue in Noblesville last weekend. The 17-year-old boy was home alone at the time.
Noblesville home invasion suspect sketch
Hamilton County, Ind. —Police are looking for a man they said tried a teenager up and robbed his family’s home.
Hamilton County Sheriffs said the man broke into the teen’s home on Greenfield Avenue in Noblesville last weekend. The 17-year-old boy was home alone in the 10000 block of Greenfield Avenue in Noblesville around 1 p.m. when an unknown male approached the rear of the home and asked for the teen’s father. The boy said his father was not at home, at which time the male suspect forced his way into the home and demanded money and valuables.
The man hit the teen on the head with a metal object, tied him up and stuffed him in a closet. The man then took off with cash and jewelry.The boy’s parents returned home a little more than an hour later to find the home in disarray, located their son in the closet and called 911.
The suspect is described as a white male in his 30s, wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans. Police say he stands about 6’1″ tall, weighing 175 pounds with brown hair and a beard.
The teenager was transported to Community North Hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries.
Anyone with information and/or in the area who may have seen a man matching the suspect’s description is asked to please contact the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office at 317-773-1282.
I am also offering a NoSirGifts franchise (with all the extras) to that one individual whose tip that leads to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.