Williams Lake RCMP is asking for the public’s help in bringing two suspects to justice after a terrifying home invasion on Nov. 15.
Cpl Dave Tyreman, North District Media Relations Officer, says two male suspects, both described as First Nations and wearing bandannas at the time of the offence, forcibly entered a residence on Carson drive, demanded money, and locked the homeowner and her children in the bathroom before fleeing.
Tyreman says the RCMP have learned that of the one suspects had referred to the other as “Pee Wee” during the incident.
“When the two individuals were in this residence, one called the other ‘Pee Wee’.”
“We’re not sure if this was a name they had used in regards to committing this crime or whether it was a high-stress situation and the other guy called out the other guy’s name. We’re thinking its nickname, but in regards to this it’s really important and we’re reaching out to the public.”
RCMP who believe the incident to have been targeted and drug-related and that the suspects may have entered the wrong residence, ask anyone with information to contact them or Crime Stoppers.