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Police seek suspects in home invasion

The Kent County Sheriff Department is seeking the suspects responsible for at least one and maybe more home invasions in northern Kent County last week.
Police took a report on September 8 of a home invasion in the 11600 block of 16 Mile Road, another on September 9 in the 1500 block of Hull Street, and another in the 3300 block of 20 Mile Road.
According to Detective Justin DeBoode, the home invasions took place during daylight hours, and in one case, two suspects were seen by the homeowner. One of the suspects knocked on the door, and the homeowner, thinking it was someone selling something, didn’t answer it.  A short time later he heard a noise downstairs, and found a man climbing through the window. He was described as a black male, mid 20s, medium build, with short hair. The homeowner also saw a second suspect, a white female, age 30-40, medium build, who had shoulder-length black hair.
The couple got away in a light tan or bronze mid-size SUV.
If you have any information, please call the Kent County Sheriff Department at (616) 632-6100 or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345.

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