Sketch of suspect released in Pepper Pike home invasion

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PEPPER PIKE, Ohio -- Pepper Pike police have released the suspect's picture who they say was involved in a burglary and assault of a homeowner.

The incident happened back on Nov 30 around 3:15 a.m. The victim told police she woke up to find an intruder in her bedroom.

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Pepper Pike Police Chief Joe Mariola  told the I-Team  the woman was attacked, then she was forced to drive the suspect  to West and East Brainard Roads, where he took off on foot.

The suspect took two Apple iPhones and an Apple iPad from the home.

He is described as a black male, medium brown skin, soft-spoken and in his late teens, early 20's, 5'5" and average build.


Pepper Pike home invasion suspect ( 12/5/16)

Pepper Pike home invasion suspect ( 12/5/16)

He was wearing a black hoodie pulled tight around his face, dark-colored jeans and light tan Timberland style work boots.

Anyone with any information is asked to call Pepper Pike police.

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