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Home-InvasionA home invasion has been reported in San Pedro town and those targeted this time was a retired American couple and in the process, their neighbor was injured. According to reports, around 12:10 am today Douglas Kelly, 68 and his wife Gail Neal, 65, were accosted inside their apartment Tres Cocos area of San Pedro Town by a tall, dark skin man. The person wielded a knife and inflicted cut wounds to Kelly and Neal. While this happened, their neighbor, forty year old Thomas Fiorille, heard the commotion and came over to investigate. He too was attacked by the intruder and suffered injuries to his body.

Despite the danger, a struggle ensued with the intruder who reportedly sustained an injury to his head. However, he managed to escape. After the entire ordel and an assessment of the injuries sustained by the victims, authorities report that Douglas Kelly sustained cut wounds to the wrist, hand, stomach and head. Gail Neal was cut over the left eye and mouth and Thomas Fiorille had a cut wound to the chest and wrist.


The victims have informed police that the intruder was between 18 to 20 years, is about six feet tall, is slim built, has short curly hair and weighs about 150 pounds. Other descriptions of him are that he has a vertical scar on the chest. Initial police reports say that nothing was reported stolen. Anyone with information that could lead to the arrest of the intruder that has been described is asked to call the San Pedro police at telephone numbers 206-2022 or 206-2274.

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