2 sought in Orlando home invasion
Woman's purse stolen by intruders, police say
Orlando police on Thursday continue to search for two men who kicked in the door of a home and stole a woman's purse.
The home invasion occurred Wednesday night in the 300 block of Clearlake Way.
Police say Nakia Turner was home with her boyfriend and three-month old child when a man knocked on her door and said, "Kekee this is Money."
Minutes later, two men in their 20s approached her door.
After one of the men kicked her door in, both men entered her home with guns. They instructed Turner to get on the ground and pointed their firearms at her, while instructing her to give them money.
Tuner had just cashed her tax return that day, and gave the men an envelope with the return money in it. The suspect said he knew there was more money after squeezing the envelope, and Turner handed him her purse. Items in the purse included more cash, a credit, her social security card, driver's license and birth certificate.
Police say that Turner was visibly upset and was in fear for her life.
A silver four-door sedan was parked near the house at the time of the robbery, though Turner said she did not see the suspects get in the car.
No one was injured in the robbery.