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 Phoenix Police are looking for suspects involved in a home invasion last month.

The crime happened July 22nd at about 2:15 a.m near Pierce and 7th Street.  Police say three suspects forced their way into the victim's home, and one of them made the person think he was holding a gun.  They demanded several items, including credit cards, and later used them at a Chevron gas station in Scottsdale.  A stolen card was later used at a Walmart store in Mesa as well.

The suspects were caught on surveillance camera while using one of the stolen cards.  The first suspect is described as a Hispanic man, 30 years old, five foot ten inches, 200 pounds, with short dark hair and several tattoos on his arms and chest.  He was wearing a black "California Diamond Supply" tank top and black shoes.  The second suspect is described as 35 years old, five foot eleven inches, 200 pounds and bald, with a gray T-shirt, blue jeans and brown shoes.  The third suspect is described as in his 20s, five foot eight inches, 170 pounds, with a stocky build and red hair, wearing a white tank top and reading glasses.



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