DAILYKENN.com -- A 79-year-old white woman was beaten with her own walker during a home invasion in Indianapolis.
The suspects were not profiled by race, but photographs reveal they are black.
Reports say the suspects allegedly broke into the woman's home, beat her, stole her television and credit cards.
Three black males — called "teens" by the left-wing globalist media — were video recorded using the victim's credit cards at an ATM at a nearby gas station.
Indianapolis police are investigating after a 79-year-old woman was attacked inside her home last month.
IMPD put out a picture this week of three teens huddled around an ATM at an east side gas station. According to police, the teens are wanted for questioning in a violent home invasion.
According to IMPD, intruders busted a sliding glass door of a home in late August. Once inside, the suspects attacked a 79-year-old woman with her walker. The suspects grabbed a TV and the victim’s purse and ran out the door. A neighbor nearby heard the glass shatter and called 911. Responding officers found the victim in her own blood as she sat in her house.
About 20 minutes after the attack, the victim’s credit cards were swiped at an ATM at a BP gas station near 30th Street and Mitthoeffer Road. Police released surveillance pictures of three teens huddled around the ATM, minutes later detectives say the boys purchased items in the gas station with the victim’s credit card.
Neighbors describe the victim as a sweet woman who is often seen around her house with a walker. After learning about the attack one neighbor tells 24-Hour News 8 that she will remain watchful.
“I don’t sit in the bed [and] shiver and shake because I’m going to get broken into. I just ask the Lord to keep this house safe, I can’t do it by myself,” an unidentified neighbor said.
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