Two men sought in northwest Oklahoma City home invasion

Police are looking for two men in a home invasion reported in northwest Oklahoma City on Friday.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: November 12, 2011

Police are looking for two men in connection with a home invasion reported Friday morning in northwest Oklahoma City.

Police were called about 9:30 a.m. to a home at 1412 NW 165 Court, in the Fenwick housing addition.

Homeowner Momtaz Faysal, 35, said two men entered his home and forced him to lie on the floor face down as they spent about 30 minutes stealing jewelry, cash and other items.

The men are described as white, one in his 20s and the other in his 50s, wearing camouflage and masks.

Faysal said he was in the house with his wife, Shahruba; a cousin; his son, Mayan, 19 months; and an infant daughter.

“It was really scary, especially for the kids,” Faysal said.

“They were crying.”

He said he is from Bangladesh and has lived in the house for about two years.

Oklahoma City police Lt. Dean Lindsey said investigators were talking to witnesses Friday morning.

“It's one of those deals that right now we're still trying to get information together to find out exactly how it happened,” Lindsey said.

He said the addition has not had any previous problems with home invasions.

“But every neighborhood is subject to the possibility,” Lindsey said.

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