Victim pistol-whipped during ‘violent’ Pickering home invasion, suspects outstanding

Police previously released this image of two suspects wanted in connection with the home invasion. Handout / Durham Regional Police

A female victim was pistol-whipped during a “violent” home invasion in Pickering last week and the suspects have yet to be caught, police say.

Durham Regional Police said officers responded at around 9:30 a.m. on Friday to a home on Engel Court, near Whites Road and Oklahoma Drive, after two males allegedly broke inside and pistol-whipped the victim.

The suspects also stole items and possibly fled in a blue Honda Civic, police said.

The victim suffered injuries to her face and was taken to a local hospital.

Investigators have since released images of the suspects and appealed to the public for any information or video footage from the area.

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Police described one of the suspects as six feet tall, 17 to 22 years old with an athletic build and twisted shoulder-length dark hair.

The second suspect was described as five-foot-11 with an athletic build and short hair.

Anyone with information can contact police or Crime Stoppers anonymously.

Durham Regional Police

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