A pair of home intruders broke into a residence at night, left, and then made the mistake of returning the following morning. The incident happened on Thursday, April 19 and Friday, April 20. WTHR NBC Channel 13 in Indianapolis published a story about the incident on their website.
The residence is located on Clemens Place in the Village of New Bethel subdivision in Franklin Township near Indianapolis, Indiana. At some point on Thursday night, April 19, two suspected home invaders entered the residence.
Nobody was at home during the intrusion. Neighbors said that they believe the intruders had targeted the home because a For Sale sign is on the lawn. Before Friday morning, or early on Friday morning, the suspected intruders had left.
Upon arriving back to the home, the intruders discovered that the son of the family that owns the residence at the home. The son held both intruders by gunpoint until police could arrive.
Neighbor Becky Owens said, “I think this was a crime of opportunity and I think that some people don’t go about getting things the right way, like people who work and purchase their own things instead of stealing them.”
Police have identified the suspects as Keith Durham and Kellie Durham. The Durhams have been charged with theft, burglary, and possession of a controlled substance.
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