By ERIC SCHAADT
NORTH BALTIMORE — Some items were recovered Wednesday in Hancock County from a purse taken during a Tuesday night home invasion in North Baltimore, village police said.
A gun may have been displayed during the home invasion, police said.
According to North Baltimore Police Chief Allan Baer, a resident of 930 E. Broadway reported that a man forced his way into her residence at 10:20 p.m. Tuesday. The suspect pointed what appeared to be a gun at the woman, police said.
The male then took her purse and fled the home.
No one was injured, the police chief said.
“We have recovered some of the stolen items in Hancock County,” Chief Baer said Wednesday.
Where the items were found was not disclosed.
According to police, the suspect was described as a black male with a medium skin tone, 6 feet tall, with a medium build and short curly hair. He wore a blue hoodie and dark-colored jeans.
North Baltimore police searched the vicinity, but the suspect was not located.
The incident remains under investigation, Baer said Wednesday.
Anyone with information about the incident is being asked to call the North Baltimore Police Department at 419-257-2181.
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