An armed man terrorized a Grand Junction couple in their home Monday night, before making off with more than $50,000 dollars of their cash and property. The robber knocked on the victims' door around 7:00 PM. A woman, 62, answered, not expecting that opening the door would thrust her into one of a homeowner's worst nightmares.
The man with the gun forced his way into the home on Amber Way in the northern section of Grand Junction. He held the woman and her husband at gunpoint, while ransacking the house. The man got away with jewelry, seven firearms, a large amount of cash, and the couple's car.
The woman and her husband, 63, were physically restrained, police won't say exactly how, while the perpetrator searched their home for valuables. A spokeswoman for the Grand Junction Police Department said the robber terrorized the couple for more than an hour, before leaving the home in the victims' 2004 gold Cadillac Deville.
Police at the scene described the robber as a white male in his mid–twenties, with a medium build. He was reportedly wearing a black jacket and ski mask. The suspect and that gold Cadillac had not been located Tuesday night. If you have any information you're asked to contact the Grand Junction Police Department.
Police officers said neither of the victims was physically injured.
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