81-year-old woman robbed, forced to perform sex act: police looking for suspect


    Person of interest (Source Goose Creek Police Department)

    GOOSE CREEK, S.C. (WCIV) - The Goose Creek Police Department is currently looking for a suspect related to a home invasion in the Cadbury subdivision.

    Goose Creek police said the incident happened on Thursday, December 21 at 1:47 p.m.

    An 81-year-old woman was robbed of cash and financial cards and forced at knife-point to perform a sexual act on the suspect, police said.

    The woman told police that she heard a knock on her door and when she opened it she saw a tally skinny man wearing a mask while holding a knife.

    Police said that the woman said he then forced himself into her home after she tried shutting the door.

    Once inside, the man demanded money and the woman complied, police said.

    The man then forced the woman to perform a sex act and then proceeded to rummage through her dresser drawers, deputies said.

    The suspect then demanded she give him her debit card and access pin, but the lady told the suspect that she did not know her pin number because she only uses her photo ID with tellers, police said.

    To get money, the man wanted to go to the bank, the woman told police.

    The suspect escorted her at knife point to the garage and as the suspect walked towards the passenger seat the lady saw an opportunity to run, police said.

    The woman could not give a direction of travel as the woman did not look back as she ran away, police said.

    The pictures of the suspect above and below are from a Speedway convenience store on Dorchester Road where the man used the victim’s financial card, Goose Creek police said.

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    The suspect was last seen arriving and leaving the convenience store in a white late model Ford Focus.

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