2 charged, others sought in Spanish Lake home invasion, robbery - KMOV.com

2 charged, others sought in Spanish Lake home invasion, robbery

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Lovell Harper and Montrell Duff, both 20, allegedly broke into the residence and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement. Lovell Harper and Montrell Duff, both 20, allegedly broke into the residence and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement.
Lovell Harperf, 20, allegedly broke into a home and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement.. Lovell Harperf, 20, allegedly broke into a home and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement..
Montrell Duff, 20, allegedly broke into the residence and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement. Montrell Duff, 20, allegedly broke into the residence and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement.

By: Ashley Lahue, News 4

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) -- Two men were charged Thursday for an armed break-in at Oak Park Apartments in the 11100 block of Riaza Square that took place on April 10, police said.

Lovell Harper and Montrell Duff, both 20, allegedly broke into the residence and ordered the victims to lay down in the bathtub. The victims were told they would be shot if they moved, according to a probable cause statement.

The victim, who was not identified, said the suspects assaulted her boyfriend and stole a flat screen TV, PlayStation 3, laptop computer, marijuana, jewelry and cash. 

Harper and Duff pistol-whipped one of the victims during the course of the break-in and robbery, police said. Police believe the incident was a targeted attack.

Both are facing eight felony charges for burglary, robbery and assault. 

The investigation is ongoing. The St. Louis County Police Department is still looking for an additional two suspects.
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